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Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) Bill (10 Oct 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: I feel that I have as much right to speak on this Bill to-night as any man in the House. I have a family history attached to compensation, but, before I deal with that, there are one or two other things I want to say about the Bill. I would like to say to the hon. Member for Wavertree (Mr. Raikes)—he went up North instead of stopping down South because he thought he would have a safer seat...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) Bill (10 Oct 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: I refer to the profits and also the lawyers' charges. I believe the doctors are in it also. Those are the figures, so far as we are concerned, and we do not want the lawyers in the Bill. I ask the Minister to keep them out. Now I want to give a bit of the history of my own family in the matter of compensation. I have a brother who is 72 years of age. He has never had a penny compensation in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power: Miners (Coal Allocation) (9 Oct 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Does not the Minister know that this cheaper price of coal to the miner is shown in the tonnage price list and he pays for it every week out of his wages?

Orders of the Day — United Nations Charter (23 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: What declaration did you lot not make?

Orders of the Day — United Nations Charter (23 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: I said "you lot."

Orders of the Day — United Nations Charter (23 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: The right hon. Gentleman's party were sitting on the fence then.

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Prisoners of War (Rations) (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Can the Minister tell us how long this rationing has been going on? Was it not going on before we came into office?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: We know where we are now.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: May I put this to the hon. and gallant Gentleman? What miners' leaders have ever said that the miners must not produce more coal? We are on the job all the time and the hon. and gallant Gentleman's constituency is not mainly mining. I tell him this, that he will never come back to this House any more. I know.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: It is a fact.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: And the hon. and gallant Member was there all the time?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: It will not be the hon. Member.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: We are coming back again after this.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: The hon. Member will not be returned.

Debate on the Address (16 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: That is what the right hon. Gentleman said in the General Election.

Debate on the Address (16 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Say that again.

Debate on the Address (16 Aug 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Will the hon. and gallant Member quote the person who spoke about not thinking about ourselves in foreign policy? Is the hon. and gallant Member quoting the Foreign Secretary?

Oral Answers to Questions — Resettlement (Training Allowances): Small Private Houses (Grants) (14 Jun 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Is not this subsidy which has been announced this afternoon, put out for vote-catching?

General Election (Service Uniforms) (13 Jun 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: He is called the best First Lord since the right hon. Gentleman himself left the Admiralty and yet he has only been in the job ten minutes. Lord Beaverbrook said that last night.

Orders of the Day — Cartels and Monopolies (13 Jun 1945)

Mr George Griffiths: Who started it?


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