Results 21–40 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Education Scotland ( 1 Nov 1955)

Major Guy Lloyd: That is wrong. I thought I had made myself clear. I have nothing whatever against the principle of equal pay for equal work, which has been accepted by both parties in the country and has passed through at least two General Elections without serious dispute. I have always admitted the principle, and in no word that I have had to say have I disputed it. All I was wishing to discuss was its...

Education Scotland ( 1 Nov 1955)

Major Guy Lloyd: My hon. Friend was in the House when we discussed the composition of education committees and whether or not there was to be co-option, and if so, how much and who was to be co-opted, and all that kind of thing. We discussed the composition of the committees which were to administer education and to what extent local authorities were to be given powers to co-opt and so on.

Orders of the Day — Housing (Repairs and Rents) (Scotland) Bill ( 9 Dec 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: Did the hon. Gentleman say "class opposite"? Is that in order, Mr. Speaker?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Repairs and Rents) (Scotland) Bill ( 9 Dec 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Is it in order to use such an imputation as "the class opposite"? Is it not an insult?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Repairs and Rents) (Scotland) Bill ( 9 Dec 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it not possible that the reason the interview took place with us was that those concerned knew well that the completely unbridled prejudice of hon. Members opposite would make it impossible to get justice?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (13 Jul 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. Is it in order to refer to an excess profits tax in any way, seeing that it is not in the Bill?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill ( 7 May 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: I trust that the hon. Member for Sheffield. Park (Mr. Mulley) will forgive me if I do not pursue in combat with him the arguments which he has presented to the House. I must confess that I have listened with some admiration to the arguments which he and his hon. Friends have presented in their efforts to try to pretend to themselves—and I think they sincerely try to pretend to...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill ( 7 May 1953)

Major Guy Lloyd: There is no necessity for us to be here because we are thoroughly satisfied with the Bill. Throughout the whole of today's proceedings I have sat here, and our benches have been considerably more occupied than those on the other side of the House. However, we will not waste time on that argument. First, I am full of praise for the Finance Bill and for the Budget which it represents and...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 45. — (Effect of Transfers of Going Concerns on Standard Profits and Computation of Profits and Losses.) (18 Jun 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: I beg to second the Amendment. I wish to support my hon. Friend in this matter as I did on the Committee stage. I can understand why hon. Members opposite do not understand the intricate matters involved. I am certain that my right hon. Friend does, and that he is only waiting for an opportunity to make a favourable comment upon our suggestion. In "The Times Supplement" the other day I read...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 45. — (Effect of Transfers of Going Concerns on Standard Profits and Computation of Profits and Losses.) (17 Jun 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: I want to ask my hon. and learned Friend a question about the Amendment to line 38, which is part of the Clause we are now discussing. I appreciate very much the concessions which my right hon. Friend has made and which will he appreciated on both sides of the Committee, for they are very valuable, but there is a point in that connection about which I am not quite sure and do not understand...

Business of the House (29 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: With regard to the business for Friday, 13th June, can my right hon. Friend say whether the reference to railway sleepers refers to wooden sleepers or to human sleepers?

Clause 51. — (Partnerships.) (26 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: I beg to move, in page 56, line 8, at the end, to add: Provided that— (a) where a change occurs in the partnership in such circumstances that thereafter a body corporate, which until that time was engaged in the trade or business as a partner therein, continues to be engaged therein but on its own account alone, the share of that body corporate in the profits and losses of the trade or...

Clause 51. — (Partnerships.) (26 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: I am very grateful to my hon. Friend for those remarks. I am very glad that the wording should be in accordance with the Chancellor's wishes and not mine. I am delighted to think that the Chancellor has conceded the point because after all it merely reverts to the position under the Excess Profits Tax during the war. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Farmers (Bank Advances) (15 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is my hon. Friend aware that it is not only the agriculturists and farmers who suffer? A great many small traders are suffering even more.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Catto Committee (Report) (13 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he has considered the Report of the Catto Committee; and what action he proposes to take in regard to the recommendations contained therein.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Catto Committee (Report) (13 May 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is my hon. Friend aware that for a long time now Scotland has been looking forward to and anticipating this Report, and would he do his utmost to expedite it in view of the grave disappointment his answer will give to many people? It is really overdue.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Non-Ferrous Scrap (Sale) (28 Apr 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Supply what are the regulations concerning the offers of non-ferrous scrap for sale.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Non-Ferrous Scrap (Sale) (28 Apr 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Can my right hon. Friend say whether there is anything in these regulations to prevent a person buying or selling small quantities of scrap non-ferrous metal as my information is that below a certain quantity it is not possible either to buy or sell without committing a crime?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Non-Ferrous Scrap (Sale) (28 Apr 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Now that we have a really progressive Government would it not be possible to do something about this in view of the fact that a constituent of mine was fined by the magistrates for breaking this fantastic and obsolete law?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Unemployment (Textile Industries and Docks) (22 Apr 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. May I have your guidance, Mr. Speaker, as to whether the latter part of the Question is in order? It is addressed to the Minister of Labour, but the employment of dock labour is exclusively within the province of the Dock Labour Board and has, therefore, nothing to do with the Minister of Labour?


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