Mr William Taylor: Will the hon. Member tell the House what he would do if they both made losses.
Mr William Taylor: Would the Parliamentary Secretary take notice of the fact that the County Palatine forms only part of the north of England, and give attention to the county of York adjoining, and particularly to aerodromes in Leeds and Bradford?
Mr William Taylor: Is it not the case that the discussions to which the Parliamentary Secretary refers have been going on for a considerable number of years? Will he consider doing something to get a definite decision on the matter?
Mr William Taylor: As the British taxpayer is being called upon to subsidise the cost of these machines, should not the House be informed of their cost?
Mr William Taylor: Might I suggest to the right hon. Gentleman that he might look at the priorities given to the collieries, because there are undoubtedly stocks held down at the colleries which are not being used quickly but which could be effectively used in the building trade in this weather?
Mr William Taylor: What does the hon. Member know about it?
Mr William Taylor: asked the Minister of Food when, in the interest of public hygiene, he proposes to reintroduce bread wrapping.
Mr William Taylor: May I put this question?—
Mr William Taylor: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) if he will consider making interim payments in respect of claims made for development value payable under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947; (2) if he will instruct the Central Land Board to notify, as soon as possible, claimants for compensation for development value under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947, of the amount which it is...
Mr William Taylor: May I first ask for the indulgence of the House on this the first occasion on which I have the privilege and honour of addressing it? The Debate so far has been on a very high level, if I may say so. It has been conducted in a most professional manner by professionals, and, therefore, I feel much diffidence in intervening with a view to saying one or two things about the more mundane affairs...