Mr Robert Morrison: Is the Minister aware that in some industrial districts excellent arrangements have been made which are working very well, while in adjoining districts of the same character nothing at all has been done, and there is dissatisfaction?
Mr Robert Morrison: Will the Minister make the suggestion to the Hornsey Borough Council that they might consult with one of their neighbouring authorities who might be able to handle this work for them at less expense than is now involved?
Mr Robert Morrison: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman bear in mind that in police courts common sense is more important than legal qualifications?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the assurance given that, in carrying out the plan for the release of whole-time Civil Defence workers to productive industry, care would be taken to defer discharge until the Ministry of Labour could find employment for the persons concerned is operating to prevent local authorities from reducing their whole-time establishment in the ordinary...
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food whether he is aware that doctors are prescribing Ryvita for persons forbidden to eat bread and potatoes; and whether arrangements will be made in these cases to supply this food free of points, or whether the Ministry's medical advisers can recommend an alternative unrationed food?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury what Government Departments, or subsidiary bodies receiving Treasury allocations, place their advertisements in newspapers through advertising agents; and why this service is not entrusted to the Ministry of Information in accordance with the general practice relating to official an-nouncements made by public advertisement?
Mr Robert Morrison: Is my right hon. Friend aware that people whose coupons have been stolen through no fault of their own wrote to the Board of Trade weeks ago and cannot get any reply?
Mr Robert Morrison: Will the right hon. Gentleman make it compulsory on property owners to notify vacancies to local authorities?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether motorists are now permitted to give lifts to persons, provided no additional mileage is involved?
Mr Robert Morrison: Does the hon. Gentleman appreciate that in a case I know of two directors of the same firm live in the same street, and each has to proceed to business in his own car, and will he clear up that position?
Mr Robert Morrison: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the effect of this is that many, soldiers and officers on leave immediately change into civilian clothes in order that they may walk about without the necessity of saluting?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Depart- ment whether he is aware that there are men who are not performing either are guard duty or other part-time National Service; what steps he proposes to take to remedy this matter; and whether the number of additional Fire Guards so obtainable is likely to make good existing deficiencies?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Home Secretary the cause of the delay in dealing with the case of an alien, about whom he has been informed, brought back from Canada two months ago and now in the Isle of Man; what inquiries are still uncompleted; and when a decision will be made?
Mr Robert Morrison: In view of the fact that I was informed in the right hon. Gentleman's Department that these inquiries would not take more than a month and that considerably over two months have elapsed, can he expedite this matter?
Mr Robert Morrison: May I say that anything which can be done to diminish the number of circular letters sent to Members of Parliament will be appreciated?
Mr Robert Morrison: May we take it that the mind of the Home Office is not closed?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Minister of Health whether he will review the position in certain Metropolitan areas where housing accommodation is urgently needed while at the same time many empty houses are held in reserve by the local authority upon instructions of his Department?
Mr Robert Morrison: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that this question is causing more concern among people in certain areas than almost any other factor in connection with the war, and if I send him some specific instances, will he lock into them?
Mr Robert Morrison: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food whether he will take action before the apple season commences to impose graded prices in order to prevent a repetition of last season, when retailers and consumers were compelled to pay the controlled price for drops and thirds?
Mr Robert Morrison: Does that mean that the right hon. and gallant Gentleman is going to allow the same thing this season as happened last season, when people were compelled to pay the national prices for throw-outs?