Results 13441–13444 of 13444 for speaker:Mr Selwyn Lloyd

Orders of the Day — Defence Policy (5 Mar 1946)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: When I left the Army, the last order I received from my colleagues was that I should never, in any circumstances, attempt to address this House on any matter related to military affairs. There is certainly a great danger of an amateur with a little knowledge gained in abnormal times being rather a menace in that respect. I therefore put forward what I have to say with great diffidence. The...

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill (12 Feb 1946)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Hon. Members on the other side of the House have imputed to hon. Members on this side, I think, stupidity and arrogance. It may well be considered both stupid and arrogant for a new Member to attempt to make his maiden speech on so controversial a subject. I should like to express my envy and my admiration of the way in which the hon. Member for Walton (Mr. Haworth) conducted himself in...

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill (12 Feb 1946)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: If my hon. and learned Friend says that the answer is that it will weaken the law against intimidation, I think that that is an extremely bad thing.

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill (12 Feb 1946)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I do not understand how my hon. and learned Friend can consider that the repeal of this Act will strengthen the law against intimidation. In any event, in 1930, when the Labour Government of that day made what I suggest was a very much more honest attempt to amend the law on this subject, their proposals in relation to the law of intimidation involved the preservation of a great deal of what...


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