Results 21–40 of 529 for speaker:Mr Charles Grey

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Medical Manpower (4 May 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the Minister of Health (1) if he has now completed his review on the medical manpower position in this country; and if he will make a statement; and (2) what proposals he now has to remedy the shortage of doctors in this country.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Medical Manpower (4 May 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: Is the Minister aware that this country is so short of doctors that we depend on 3,760 students from abroad to fill the vacancies? Does not this indicate that there should be more medical schools? Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that we in the North-East feel the shortage of doctors because we cannot get people to come to the North-East? Would it not be better to train them there and to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office Savings Bank (Transfer) (21 Apr 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the Prime Minister why he has refused to meet a deputation from the North-East Development Council to discuss the decision to transfer the Post Office Savings Bank to Glasgow.

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office Savings Bank (Transfer) (21 Apr 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: Is the Prime Minister aware that his refusal to meet a deputation from he North-East Development Council is regarded as most discourteous by its members, who think that his predecessor would have accepted the deputation, as he had done before? Is the right hon. Gentleman further aware that there is widespread opinion that he had a personal hand in the whole affair, so would it not have been...

Post Office Savings Bank (Location) (25 Mar 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: To ask the Postmaster General if he will now make a statement on the transfer of the Post Office Savings Bank out of London.

Post Office Savings Bank (Location) (25 Mar 1964)

Mr Charles Grey: While it is generally accepted that there will be great delight in Glasgow over getting this Department, may I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he is aware that the people on Tees-side will be bitterly disappointed? May I also ask him what regard he has had for the staff side in this transfer, because it has declared itself wholeheartedly in favour of going to Tees-side in any case? Why...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (19 Dec 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: I hope that the hon. Member for Holborn and St. Pancras, South (Mr. Johnson Smith) will forgive me if I do not take up his remarks, because, in the interests of brevity, I want to confine myself to one specific issue—the shortage of doctors. It was put to me some time ago that during the recent Indo-China dispute it was said that if Nehru had called in all his doctors from this country our...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (19 Dec 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: That sounds a bit better, but the point is that we are to get only one new medical school. He could have put it to the University Grants Committee that one was not sufficient. I hope that he will consider this point. I am sure that the House will forgive me if I put the case for Durham, which I often do when I speak in the House. We must get the position in focus. Regions suffer in differing...

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East (Questions to Ministers) (26 Nov 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the Prime Minister which Minister will in future answer Questions on the North-East.

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East (Questions to Ministers) (26 Nov 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: Will the right hon. Gentleman convey to the Prime Minister how much we and a number of hon. Members deprecate the idea of deleting the North-East from the Order Paper, especially when we see no reason why it should be done? In view of the special problems of the North-East. will further consideration be given to restoring our Question time to enable Members representing constituencies in the...

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East: Lord President of the Council (Visits) (29 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the Parliamentary Secretary for Science, as representing the Lord President of the Council, (1) when he next contemplates visiting the North-East; (2) what areas he intends to visit when he makes the next tour of the North-East.

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East: Lord President of the Council (Visits) (29 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: Whilst appreciating the fact that next time the Lord President of the Council visits the North-East he should include Blaydon in his itinerary, may I suggest that it would be a good idea if when he comes to Durham he visits the University, which will then be separate from Newcastle, because it has ideas about a medical faculty? Those concerned might like to interest the Lord President of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Estimates Committee (Local Employment Act) (2 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the President of the Board of Trade what other measures he will recommend in view of the report of the Estimates Committee that inducements to industry to move into development districts have not been as effective as was intended when the Local Employment Act, 1960, was passed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Estimates Committee (Local Employment Act) (2 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: Is the right hon. Gentleman not aware that the working of the Local Employment Act has completely misfired? Does he not think that other help is needed in the North-East so that we might be able to run down the unemployment figures there now?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Estimates Committee (Local Employment Act) (2 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: asked the President of the Board of Trade if, in view of the Estimates Committee's criticisms of the frequent changes made in the list of development districts, he will take steps to see that the whole of the industrial North-East is scheduled as a development district.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Estimates Committee (Local Employment Act) (2 Jul 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware of the uncertainty that there is in the North-East, and is he fully aware that this uncertainty could be dispelled if he would only treat the whole of the North-East as one development district? If the right hon. Gentleman did that it would certainly give strength to the elbow of the North-East Development Council which is trying to do a most difficult job in...

Durham Prison (Committee of Inquiry) (19 Jun 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he will publish the report of the inquiry by the Visiting Committee into Mr. Edmund Cronkshaw's allegations of ill-treatment of prisoners at Durham prison; and whether he will make a statement.

Durham Prison (Committee of Inquiry) (19 Jun 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: I thank the Home Secretary for making that statement today. Is it not rather a coincidence that a few hours previous to the right hon. Gentleman making his statement I received a message to suggest that Mr. Cronkshaw, who made these allegations, is now remanded in custody in Liverpool Prison on charges of forgery. This is the kind of man who made the charges in the first place.

Durham Prison (Committee of Inquiry) (19 Jun 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: I did not say that he had. May I express satisfaction at the way things have gone, although the form of inquiry differed from the kind I asked for? A word of appreciation is due to the Visiting Committee for the lengths that it went to to try to discover the truth. This is already admitted by Mr. Cronkshaw himself, even though he attended for only one afternoon out of six whole days'...

Development Districts (Durham Rural District) (27 May 1963)

Mr Charles Grey: I am very grateful to you, Mr. Speaker, for giving me this opportunity to press the need to include the Durham Rural District Council area in the list of development districts under Section 1 of the Local Employment Act. I understand that a previous attempt to do this, failed. What argument the Minister used then, I do not know, but I believe that the time has now come when the whole matter...


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