Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been drawn to the report of the Committee of Public Accounts in which grave uneasiness is expressed as to the machinery of financial control at the Admiralty; and what action is being taken to remove the cause of that uneasiness?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary for Mines whether his attention has been drawn to the heavy rate of serious accidents to boys under 18 years of age employed in coal mines; and whether any steps are being taken to reduce the number of such accidents?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Minister of Transport whether he expects to be in a position to make any statement before the House rises for the Recess regarding the proposed Forth road-bridge?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Minister of Labour the number of knitwear operatives now unemployed and working on short time in Scotland?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Home Secretary whether he has considered the representations of the Scottish Hosiery and Knitwear Manufacturers Association regarding the proposed establishment of foreign hosiery factories in Scotland; and whether he has given the association the assurances asked for?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Minister of Transport whether he has considered what is practically the effective financial control of the leading road transport companies by the railway companies and the growing concern regarding the prejudicial effect of that control on industrial interests and public transport service; and whether he proposes to take any action towards the reorganisation of the carrying...
Mr Thomas Kennedy: Has the right hon. Gentleman received any representations from industrial interests?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been drawn to the daily number of oral questions to Ministers by private Members that are unanswered; and whether he is prepared to consider moving to amend the Standing Orders either to extend the time allotted to oral questions or to limit the number of supplementary questions by Members who put questions on the Order Paper?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Minister of Labour whether he has considered the resolution of the Glasgow and Edinburgh Trades Councils regarding the holiday pay restrictions imposed on the unemployed during the holiday period, and whether the restrictions will be suspended or removed?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he has received any recent communications from the Zetland County Council and the Lerwick Town Council regarding the reorganisation of the county and burgh police forces following the extension of the Lerwick burgh boundaries; and whether any progress has been made in the county of Zetland towards the adoption of the Police Acts?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he is considering amending legislation on the lines of the resolution, unanimously approved by the Fife Small Burghs Association, dealign with the position of the provosts of small burghs who, prior to the passing of the Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1929, were ex officio justices of the peace and, as such, eligible to act as justices of...
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he is aware that, while British cotton exports to India have to overcome a tariff barrier of 20 per cent., the cheaper Indian products are rapidly displacing the products of British industry in the home and world market; and whether he can state the extent to which the Indian cotton trade is owned and controlled by British bankers and financiers?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has now fully considered the representations made on behalf of the burgh of Kinghorn, expressing the anxiety of householders in the burgh in connection with any resumption of heavy gun-fire from Kinghorn battery; and if the efficiency of the personnel manning the battery could be maintained by a continuance of the limitation of practice firing...
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether his attention has been called to the conviction at Brighton on 2nd June of a leading aircraftman and accounts clerk of the Royal Air Force, Hendon, for cruelty to his seven-years-old son, the cruelty including the taking and holding red-hot coals from the fire; is he aware that a pilot officer from Tangmere aerodrome gave evidence in court...
Mr Thomas Kennedy: Will any provision be made by the Ministry to protect the interests of the man's wife and son?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he is in a position to state the relations now existing between the owners of the Indian and Japanese textile industries and the average wage paid to the Japanese textile operatives?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the President of the Board of Trade the amount of British capital invested in the Indian jute trade and the average wage paid to the Indian jute producers?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Home Secretary whether he is now in a position to announce his intention to introduce legislation amending the Official Secrets Acts?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he is informed of the average housing output in Scotland and its relation to the output required to meet the present problems of overcrowding and housing shortage; and whether any steps are being taken to ensure the provision of an adequate supply of building materials to meet the shortage?
Mr Thomas Kennedy: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that that answer does not show what the Government are doing in order to assure an adequate supply of materials for building, which is the main cause of tilt present housing shortage?