Results 141–160 of 473 for speaker:Sir Harold Sutcliffe

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Certificates (16 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that immediately after naturalisation, a number of Poles in Somerset received letters inviting them to join the Labour Party? Can he indicate how their names and addresses could have been obtained so quickly; and will he makes inquiries?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Bakers (Flour Supplies) (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the Minister of Food if he is aware that many bakers are not able to satisfy the increased demands of their customers for bread; and if he will now permit unused stocks to be transferred from one baker to another, or increase the flour allocation where the need is proved.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Bakers (Flour Supplies) (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that progressive bakers are being penalised and in some cases have had to abandon delivery rounds which they started when bread rationing was abolished. They are being penalised, whereas some small bakers have more stocks than they are using. Would it not be sensible to allow small bakers to transfer their surplus stocks to the larger bakers and thus avoid...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Bakers (Flour Supplies) (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider the point which I have made?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Oranges (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the Minister of Food if he is aware that oranges are frequently obtainable by those who require them for health reasons; and if he will make arrangements for priority to be given on production of a medical certificate.

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Reflecting Studs (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the Minister of Transport if he will now reconsider the decision not to replace road reflecting studs in built-up areas, in view of their proved value to drivers of public service vehicles and others during the recent fog.

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Reflecting Studs (13 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Will the Minister replace these studs in every street where they were previously, in view of the comparatively small cost and their great use; and can he say who will be the judge whether they shall be replaced or not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Conveyor Belting (6 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the Minister of Supply if he is aware that the production of conveyor belting has been almost brought to a standstill owing to the large quantity purchased from the U.S.A.; and what action he is taking in the matter.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Conveyor Belting (6 Dec 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that some mills in my constituency have had to give up the whole flow of production by turning the machinery to other uses and that this is due entirely to these excessively large orders placed in the United States, said to be double requirements?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Dental X-ray Films (25 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware of the difficulty in obtaining supplies of dental X-ray films; and if he will authorise an increase in production for the home market.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Dental X-ray Films (25 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is the Minister aware that in some cases dentists have been unable to take these photographs owing to lack of films? Will he expedite the matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Typewriter Supplies (22 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: asked the Minister of Supply what are the present arrangements with regard to the supply of typewriters to the boards recently set up to operate nationalised industries; and to what extent these boards received more favourable treatment than private business undertakings.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Typewriter Supplies (22 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether he anticipates larger supplies being made available in the near future, because there is still a great shortage?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Fish Friers (Fat Allocation) (8 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is it not a fact that this wholesale granting of licences will prove most unfair to those who have borne the heat and burden of the day during the last few years owing to the great difficulty as regards the fat allowance?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Food Preparation (Regulations) (8 Nov 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Is not the only way to restore confidence, to a large extent, to issue another Statutory Rule and Order dealing with the slaughter of horses for human consumption?

Orders of the Day — Horses (Slaughter) (28 Oct 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: The time has come to draw the attention of the Ministry of Food to the alarming position arising in this country at the present time owing to the ever-increasing slaughter for food of young horses. There has been an enormous growth in this traffic during the last 12 months, and if it is not stopped, there will be a very definite shortage of some of our best-known breeds of horses within a few...

Orders of the Day — Horses (Slaughter) (28 Oct 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: That may be so, and that meat is not being consumed, as far as I know, in that district, but is destined for London. The public have no idea of the extent or ramifications of this trade; if they had, they would rise in their wrath and demand that action be taken to stop it. The vast majority of these horses are young ones in the prime of life, perfectly healthy and with many years of useful...

Orders of the Day — Horses (Slaughter) (28 Oct 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: I would say that from 80 to 90 per cent. is sold in the black market—certainly more than 80 per cent. A great deal comes to London as meat from as far away as Scotland in open lorries, in some cases with just a tarpaulin over a light lorry.

Orders of the Day — Horses (Slaughter) (28 Oct 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: Some comes in meat containers, I agree, and it is perfectly healthy and safeguarded in that respect, but on the other hand there is some which comes from Scotland in open wagons with just a tarpaulin over it, and I think the health authorities might look into that aspect of the matter.

Orders of the Day — Horses (Slaughter) (28 Oct 1948)

Sir Harold Sutcliffe: The majority of it is destined for human consumption, as I thought I had made quite clear. If the maximum retail price of 1s., which is laid down, were adhered to, it would be quite impossible to pay the prices which I have mentioned at the auction sales. The real basic value per live cwt. which would enable any business to pay its overheads and transport, and make a small reasonable profit,...


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