Results 361–380 of 421 for speaker:Mrs Lucy Middleton

Town and Country Planning (Development Charge) (24 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Further to that point of order. As I understood Mr. Speaker's Ruling, the point which I raised does not refer to any Order which has been decided by the House on any other occasion, and therefore it does not come within the Ruling which you gave.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Building Workers, Southampton (25 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will my right hon. Friend give an indication of when he will be able to come to a decision about the matter?

Electricity Industry (Annual Reports) (25 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: It is not my intention to follow the hon. Member for Clitheroe (Mr. Fort) in what he said about the more technical side of the electricity industry. I want, for the few moments during which I shall detain the House, to speak more upon what I would call the human relationships of the British Electricity Authority. Unhappily, for the most of the afternoon I have been detained with important...

Electricity Industry (Annual Reports) (25 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: I send them on to the chairman of the consultative council, if I cannot deal with them myself.

Electricity Industry (Annual Reports) (25 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: The fact that these things occur, that people come to their Members of Parliament and go to their local councillors, is proof, I think, that the consultative councils are not at present working in the way in which we hoped they would work when the Measure was before the House. I also find that a third thing happens, I have discovered this on occasions when I have been canvassing in my...

Electricity Industry (Annual Reports) (25 Jul 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Of course, that is far from the case, and on the several occasions on which I have referred to this matter in the House by Questions on the Order Paper I have not had very encouraging replies. I should like to know what has happened to the model which I was told was being prepared. Has that model revealed that this is a practical proposition, and if it is so considered when can we expect to...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (1 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Mrs. Middleton (Plymouth, Sutton)rose——

Oral Answers to Questions — Atomic Energy: Dr. Pontecorvo (6 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is my right hon. Friend aware that a "star turn" at the recent Conservative Party Conference was a former Communist? What screening would be appropriate in that case?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Retained Personnel (Period of Service) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty on what date he anticipates that naval personnel now due for pension, but whose services have been retained owing to the present emergency, will be released.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Retained Personnel (Period of Service) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will my hon. Friend see that the men concerned are themselves given as long notice as possible, because to my certain knowledge men among my own constituents have already lost civilian jobs for which they had contracted before the notice for their retention was made.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Devonport Dockyard (Suspensions) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty how many men have been suspended in Devonport Dockyard because of Communist activities or associations; and over what periods such suspensions have been in operation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Devonport Dockyard (Suspensions) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is my hon. Friend aware that quite alarmist reports have been circulating in the area regarding this matter, and that the reassuring reply he has given me will be received with great satisfaction throughout the area, and particularly in the dockyard?

Teaching Profession (Communist Activities) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Have they used it?

Teaching Profession (Communist Activities) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: The hon. Member for Hampstead (Mr. H. Brooke) said just now that he had no evidence of any Communist indoctrination in any of the schools under the London local authority. He also mentioned Communist cells within the staffs of schools. Has he any evidence to show that such cells have been established in any London schools?

Teaching Profession (Communist Activities) (8 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will the hon. Member give it?

Festival of Britain (9 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: In view of the fact that hon. Members on both sides of the House have had considerable correspondence on the matter, could my right hon. Friend make copies of the statement he has just made, available in the Vote Office?

Meat Rationing (28 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: What will the hon. Member say?

Meat Rationing (28 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: It depends on the housewife.

Meat Rationing (28 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is it the argument of the hon. Member that it is not the policy of Members on the other side of the House to keep down the cost of food?

Meat Rationing (28 Nov 1950)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Does the hon. Member think the butcher saw him coming? Does he think the housewife—myself, for instance—would have accepted that?


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