Results 141–149 of 149 for speaker:Mr John Simpson

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Riots in Delhi. (28 Jul 1924)

Mr John Simpson: Have these disturbances ceased all over India, or are they still continuing in other parts?

Oral Answers to Questions — League of Nations.: Gretna (Sale of Government Property). (28 Jul 1924)

Mr John Simpson: How many houses were sold?

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Wages Bill.: Clause 2. — (Duties and powers of agricultural wages committees with respect to minimum rates of wages.) (28 Jul 1924)

Mr John Simpson: May I draw your attention to the commencement of Clause 2, where it says: Subject to the provisions of this Act, Agricultural Wages Committees shall fix minimum rates of wages for workers employed in agriculture for time-work"— If one of these Amendments were included, then, subject to the provisions of that Amendment, the committees would fix wages still in accordance with the provisions...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Wages Bill.: New Schedule. (28 Jul 1924)

Mr John Simpson: I want to reinforce what my hon. Friend the Member for the Isle of Ely (Mr. Mond) has said. Hon. Members on the Committee will remember that among the Amendments of our party there was one which retained to the central wages board the power to interfere if a local committee had not acted in accordance with the law. The object of that Amendment was that, in cases where a minimum wage had not...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Middle Eastern Services. (29 Jul 1924)

Mr John Simpson: How many are there of these Assyrians?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Public Health Commissioner (Simla). (4 Aug 1924)

Mr John Simpson: Is this appointment made by the Government of India without reference to the Secretary of State, and has the Secretary of State any power of confirmation or refusal of confirmation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens.: Metropolitan Prisons (Tubercular Cases). (4 Aug 1924)

Mr John Simpson: Are the cells disinfected after the tuberculosis patients have left left them?

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill.: Ex-Ranker Officers. (4 Aug 1924)

Mr John Simpson: In all quarters of the House there is the feeling that we are not certain that the statements of the Prime Minister or the Leader of the Opposition are definitely looked upon as certain, and none of us are willing to give up the Debate unless we are certain. For this reason I beg to move the Adjournment of the Debate in order to get some assurance that this, Measure will be discussed. I hope...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: India (Akali Sikhs). (6 Aug 1924)

Mr John Simpson: Is it a fact that it is now only with great difficulty that these processions are organised at all?

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