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Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: British United Airways (South American Route) (18 Nov 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: Does B.U.A. pay its pilots the same salaries as B.O.A.C.?

Ministers and Members (Remuneration) (16 Nov 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: May I ask whether the pension scheme for Members will be free from the present means test?

Business of the House (18 Jun 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: Will the Leader of the House find time for a debate on Motion 124 to see how far the attitude of the Government towards the marriage of Chrysler and Rootes has been affected by the number of Tory MP.s who have been married to American women?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Lonsdale and Blake (4 Jun 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department now that Gordon Lonsdale has been released, what is to be the future of others who were sentenced to prison at the same time.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Lonsdale and Blake (4 Jun 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: Without in any way referring to the trial or the sentence, may I ask the right hon. Gentleman what were the principles on which the Government acted in the Lonsdale case? He appeared to us to be the ringleader of the whole matter. Is it fair to leave the other people in prison? Why is it that Lonsdale alone of the four or so was allowed to go back to his own country?

Questions to Ministers (23 Apr 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: On a point of order. As I mentioned to you this morning, Mr. Speaker, I handed in a Question yesterday as follows: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, now that Gordon Lonsdale has been released, what is to be the future of the other persons sentenced to prison at the same time. In today's 'Notices of Questions I see that Question No. 103 reads: To ask the Secretary of State...

Questions to Ministers (23 Apr 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: I am very grateful indeed, Mr. Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Bedworth Development Plan (25 Feb 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs when he will give his approval to the comprehensive development area map of Bedworth in the administrative county of Warwick, into which his inspector held a public local inquiry on 9th July last and about which the clerk of the council wrote on 6th January, 1964.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Bedworth Development Plan (25 Feb 1964)

Mr Francis Bowles: Does the Minister not realise that this is really and truly a slum clearance scheme; that only four buildings will remain if the scheme goes through? Has it not taken a tremendously long time for the Ministry to have put the matter in hand, and cannot something be done to expedite this meeting and a decision on this scheme?

Orders of the Day — Air Corporations Bill (2 Dec 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: Will the hon. Gentleman give examples of the mistakes he says were made during the past 16 years?

Orders of the Day — Air Corporations Bill (2 Dec 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: No; I have been here the whole time. Will the hon. Gentleman answer my question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Transport Users' Consultative Committees (31 Jul 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: Has the right hon. Gentleman ever been present at a hearing of a consultative committee? It is extraordinary that I have and he has not.

Nationalised Industries (Questions to Ministers) (31 Jul 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: Does the right hon. Gentleman realise that no decision has ever been taken by this House, even since the time of the Labour Government—and I think that it was Herbert Morrison, as he then was, who was responsible for the present position—by which we have been prevented from asking Questions on the day-to-day running of a nationalised industry? We have had two debates on this matter and I...

Defamation Act 1952 (Amendment) (31 Jul 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: The hon. Member has had ten minutes already.

British Army (Missing Soldiers, Norway) (11 Jul 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: Is it the intention that the public should be told the names of the missing men?

Oral Answers to Questions — Complaint of Privilege (25 Jun 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: May I remind you, Mr. Speaker, that this is the second time this year that the Press has alleged that Ministers of the Crown are using you and your great office for the purpose of Government business or Government protection? I hope that the Leader of the House, recalling what he said just before Easter on the same matter, might consider the request of my right hon. Friend the Leader of the...

Business of the House (9 May 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: Has the Leader of the House seen a Motion on the Order Paper signed by more than 50 Members of all parlies and asking for an early debate? The article complained of contained serious allegations against the Cabinet and, if they were true, against you, Mr. Speaker, and I do not believe them for a moment. I ask for an early debate, because this matter brooks no delay. [That this House strongly...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (6 May 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: The Financial Secretary must have noticed in the newspapers week after week accounts of actors going bankrupt, and owing the Inland Revenue large sums of money. I believe that Robert Newton owed about £100,000 in that way, and another actor who died recently owed the Inland Revenue a great deal of money. Is there anything in this Bill to ensure that the proper tax is deducted by actors'...

Complaint of Privilege (2 May 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: I am grateful to you, Mr. Speaker, for having considered that matter carefully, as I have no doubt that you have done. I must say that I am very surprised at your decision. But I can understand your natural sensitiveness, being so closely involved in this matter yourself. May I refer you, Sir, to Erskine May, 16th Edition, page 124, where, under the heading "Reflections upon Members", it is...

Complaint of Privilege (2 May 1963)

Mr Francis Bowles: With great respect, Sir, surely, although perhaps the precedents are binding on you, there is no objection to the House setting another precedent——


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