Results 141–160 of 421 for speaker:Mrs Lucy Middleton

Orders of the Day — Housing (4 Jul 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is not the hon. Gentleman aware that the revision of the housing lists which has taken place during the past year, has shown a considerable reduction compared with the time about which he is speaking?

Oral Answers to Questions — Town and Country Planning: Hydro-Electric Schemes, Wales (28 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Can my right hon. Friend assure the House that alternative proposals, such as that for the utilisation of the Menai Straits for the production of electricity, will be taken into consideration before a decision is reached?

Married Women (Maintenance) Bill: New Clause. — (Extension of Finance Act, 1944, S. 25.) (24 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: On a point of Order, Mr. Deputy-Speaker, are you proposing to call the very admirable Amendments on the Order Paper in the name of my hon. Friend the Member for Duddeston (Mrs. Wills) and myself?

Married Women (Maintenance) Bill: New Clause. — (Extension of Finance Act, 1944, S. 25.) (24 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: In adding my congratulations to my hon. Friends who have promoted this Measure, I think it is wise to point out, not for the sake of hon. Members but for the sake of the general public, that the Bill only covers one really small part of the problem involved in the separation of married people. I was particularly sorry that it was not possible to extend the powers which will be granted under...

Married Women (Maintenance) Bill: New Clause. — (Extension of Finance Act, 1944, S. 25.) (24 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: I was merely referring to them, not to discuss their value had they been moved——

Married Women (Maintenance) Bill: New Clause. — (Extension of Finance Act, 1944, S. 25.) (24 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: There was in the Amendments——

Oral Answers to Questions — International Children's Emergency Fund (22 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what answer he has made to representations from the United States Government and from the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund regarding the matching in dollars of contributions from His Majesty's Government to this Fund.

Oral Answers to Questions — International Children's Emergency Fund (22 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: While expressing appreciation of what the Government have already done in this respect, may I ask my right hon. Friend to take into account the urgent need that exists outside the Arab States among children in other parts of the world and to see that steps are taken to use the offer made by the United States of matching grants from other countries with dollars from America in order that the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Sweets (Supplies) (22 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: In view of the almost unanimous opinion in the country that rationing should be re-imposed, will not the Minister avoid delay by announcing today that he will re-impose rationing?

Oral Answers to Questions — Town and Country Planning: Development Value (Claims) (21 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is my right hon. Friend aware that in the reconstruction areas of blitzed cities, where compulsory purchase orders have been announced, there are people who do not know whether claims should be made by the local authority which is acquiring or by the individual who owns the property? Will he make that point clear to the general public?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Level of Profits (White Paper) (2 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will publish a White Paper giving particulars of the level of profits made during the years 1946, 1947 and 1948, respectively, by all such undertakings as have a capital value of £100,000 or more.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Level of Profits (White Paper) (2 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: In view of the fact that since the Prime Minister made his appeal to both sides of industry headlines have appeared in the Press indicating that every kind of trade union is making a request for higher wages, would it not be in the nature of redressing the balance to make this information also available.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Post-war Credits (2 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) if he will give an estimate of the sum of money involved in any one year in paying to widows such post-war credits as pass to them on account of their husband's estates; (2) if he will give an estimate of the sum of money involved in any one year in the payment of post-war credits attaching to the estates of deceased persons at the time such estates...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Post-war Credits (2 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will not my right hon. Friend take some steps to make the information available, in order that we may know what sum of money is involved and be able to estimate whether or not to press the Government to make these concessions?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Post-war Credits (2 Jun 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: This is not a question of splitting it up into ages. These Questions ask what would be the sum involved, in the one case of paying sums due to widows, and in the other case of post-war credits attaching to the estates of deceased persons. Surely that information can be given.

Oral Answers to Questions — Town and Country Planning: Development Value (Claims) (31 May 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will my right hon. Friend assure the House that all resources of the local authorities and such organisations as the Law Society are being mobilised in order to see that these claims are made in time?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Sweets (De-rationing) (25 May 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Is my right hon. Friend aware that today even some of our Conservative constituents are writing to us asking for the reimposition of control?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Housing Accommodation (18 May 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty what proposals he has to make concerning the increase of married quarters or other housing accommodation to meet the needs of naval personnel serving in the Plymouth area.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Housing Accommodation (18 May 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: Will my hon. Friend keep in mind the discontent that there is among naval men in home ports, particularly those like Plymouth which have been heavily blitzed, because of the great difficulty of getting any kind of accommodation for their families; and will he ask his representatives to consult with the civilian authorities in the different areas over this matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Engineers (Transfers and Resignations) (18 May 1949)

Mrs Lucy Middleton: asked the Postmaster-General how many members of the Post Office Engineering Department have applied for transfer to other departments between 1st April, 1948 and 31st March, 1949; how many have resigned during the same period; and what steps are being taken to obviate the loss of man power involved.


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