Results 1–20 of 85 for speaker:Mr John Hopkins

Oral Answers to Questions — Motor Traffic.: Married Police Quarters (Euston Road). (17 Mar 1927)

Mr John Hopkins: 10. asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that about seven years ago a large site in the Euston Road was purchased in order to build quarters for married policemen; and, seeing that the site has remained derelict ever since with consequent loss of money in interest and the land is now four sale, notwithstanding that these men have even greater difficulty in finding house room, will he...

Oral Answers to Questions — Motor Traffic.: Married Police Quarters (Euston Road). (17 Mar 1927)

Mr John Hopkins: Has there been any provision of married quarters?

Oral Answers to Questions — Excess Profits Duty. (11 Nov 1926)

Mr John Hopkins: 54. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many claims have been made for the repayment of Excess Profits Duty under Part III of the Finance Act, 1921, which is intended to grant relief to those holding stocks at excessive valuations?

Oral Answers to Questions — Excess Profits Duty. (11 Nov 1926)

Mr John Hopkins: Has any relief under this Section ever been allowed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Excess Profits Duty. (11 Nov 1926)

Mr John Hopkins: Surely the right hon. Gentleman must be aware whether there has been any relief given under this Section?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Slum Clearance, ST. Pancras. ( 4 Feb 1926)

Mr John Hopkins: 65. asked the Minister of Health what is the cause of the delays in his Department in dealing with the London County Council scheme for slum clearance in St. Pancras?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Slum Clearance, ST. Pancras. ( 4 Feb 1926)

Mr John Hopkins: Does my right hon. Friend realise that the delays in his Department have hung up the important slum clearance for nearly eight months?

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Houses, London (Women Employes). ( 6 Aug 1925)

Mr John Hopkins: 7. asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that women bedmakers at London police section houses have to work seven days a week; and will he take steps to ensure that these women get at least alternate Sundays free?

Orders of the Day — SANDWICH PORT AND HAVEN (re-committed) BILL.: Clause 43. — (Level crossings.) (17 Jul 1925)

Mr John Hopkins: There is a Clause in the Bill which prohibits shunting operations except during the night.

Orders of the Day — SANDWICH PORT AND HAVEN (re-committed) BILL.: Clause 43. — (Level crossings.) (17 Jul 1925)

Mr John Hopkins: As Chairman of the Select Committee I feel that I ought to apologise to this Committee for an infringement of the rules, through an oversight of mine, though as a fact it amounts to nothing, but I ought to have foreseen that it was an infringement and I ought to have insisted on the Clause being redrafted in the form in which it is now proposed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Somers Town Area. ( 9 May 1923)

Mr John Hopkins: 56. asked the Minister of Health whether he has refused to see a deputation from the St. Pancras Borough Council relative to the improvement of the Somers Town area; and why he has refused any help towards improvements in this overcrowded district?

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Pre-War Pensioners. ( 1 May 1923)

Mr John Hopkins: 67. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the Special Committee of the Cabinet which is to consider relief for pre-War pensioners will deal with the hard case of the pensioned non-commissioned officers who came back to the Army and were given commissions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Pre-War Pensioners. ( 1 May 1923)

Mr John Hopkins: Could the right hon. Gentleman say how these particular cases have been dealt with?

British Nationality and Status of Aliens Bill. ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: I congratulate the Government on having brought in this Measure, though I cannot congratulate them on the speed with which it has been done, because this grievance has existed and has been felt in every British community abroad for the last seven years. The British communities abroad will welcome the Measure with gratitude, and it will remove a grievance keenly felt by those men who came over...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Continuation Schools, London. (31 May 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: 28. asked the President of the Board of Education whether a date has yet been fixed for the closing of the continuation schools in London, and, if not, who is responsible for the delay; and what is the monthly cost of these schools?

Civil Services Supplementary Estimate, 1922–23.: BOARD Or EDUCATION. (22 May 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: I appeal to the Government to withdraw this Vote or to agree to the reporting of Progress. I was one of those Members who had what I think was the wisdom to vote against the Government last Tuesday. I resent very strongly the imputation of the Leader of the House that I did it either for fear of the consequences to myself or for any other motive than that I thought there was a case for...

Civil Services Supplementary Estimate, 1922–23.: BOARD Or EDUCATION. (22 May 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: Other people have set me a bad example. I hope that the Government will not insist on this Vote in order to avenge themselves on Members who voted against them last week, for I do not think that would be good for the Government or for the dignity of the House.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Nationality Law. ( 9 May 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: 27. asked the Home Secretary whether he is now able to state the position of the negotiations with the Dominions on the Amendments to the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act, 1914, with regard to the grandsons born abroad of British parents; and when an amending Bill will be introduced?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Day Continuation Schools. ( 3 Apr 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: 75. asked the President of the Board of Education what action he proposes to take in regard to the continuation schools in London, the abolition of which was urged by the large majority of successful candidates at the recent London County Council elections?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Payments (Recovery). (16 Feb 1922)

Mr John Hopkins: 17. asked the Minister of Pensions whether his attention has been called to the case of Hugh Quinlan, a soldier who was gassed and is in consequence suffering from tuberculosis, from whom his department is recovering £52 by weekly instalments; if, as a matter of fact, his department are giving retroactive effect to a regulation made after the whole money was paid to this man; and will he see...


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