Results 41–60 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Personal Cases ( 8 Apr 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: In view of the fact that there are 114 Questions on the Order Paper today, would not this have been a suitable Question to put down for a written answer?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Monopolies Commission (Reports) (20 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will my right hon. Friend consider referring to the Monopolies Commission the worst monopolies of all—some of the great nationalised industries?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Trade Union Membership (19 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Assistant Postmaster-General for what purposes and under what authority his officers propose to inspect trade union membership cards; and why they should satisfy themselves about the authenticity and validity of these private and unofficial documents.

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Trade Union Membership (19 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will my hon. Friend give instructions to some of his officials not to issue statements to the Press to the effect that they would have the right to call upon all kinds of evidence, including trade union lodge membership cards, as proof of identity? Not only are such statements misleading but they are also entirely contrary to the principles of British freedom.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Lead (13 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary for Overseas Trade, as representing the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, what efforts have been made by his Department to obtain lead from Australia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Ordnance Factories (10 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Supply what has been the total number of working days lost each month from June, 1951, through sickness in all Royal Ordnance factories, as compared with the corresponding months of the previous year.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Ordnance Factories (10 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: As I am not yet able to see the figures, may I ask my right hon. Friend, in the meantime, whether he is satisfied with the situation that the figures portray, or whether he thinks some improvement is called for, and, if so, whether he will do anything about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Transport Commission: Office Building Costs ( 3 Mar 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Transport the aggregate sum of money represented by past and current licences issued by his Department for building, reconstructing, repairing or decorating accommodation for the office staff of the British Transport Commission and its various executives.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Youth Employment Service (Information) (28 Feb 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour to what extent teachers in State schools may refuse to supply any information sought by officials of youth employment committees to be embodied in the files which these officials keep of young people seeking their assistance.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Corporation (Chairman's Resignation) (25 Feb 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. I ask for your Ruling, Mr. Speaker, whether it is, in fact and after due consideration, in order to debate a subject which may be the subject of a prosecution under the Official Secrets Act, owing to the fact that the gentleman, Mr. Hardie, who has been referred to in connection with the subject that we are to debate, has revealed, contrary to the Official Secrets Act, a...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Service: Hospital Building Work (21 Feb 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Health the aggregate sum of money, represented by past and current licences issued by his Department for building, reconstructing, repairing or decorating accommodation for the staffs of regional hospital boards and other administrative sections of the National Health Service.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Young Persons (29 Jan 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour whether the assessment of young peoples' capacities and suitability for various grades of employment made by the officials of Youth Employment committees are available to parents on request.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Young Persons (29 Jan 1952)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that there is a certain amount of indignation among parents who appear to think their rights and interests in these matters are being ignored by some of his officials? Will he give instructions to his officials to take cognisance of that fact?

Information Services ( 7 Dec 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I welcome the opportunity, which is all too short, but for which I am grateful, of raising a subject which is of very considerable public importance, and in which a large number of people are deeply interested. It is generally understood that during the Recess upon which we are just entering Ministers will be considering deeply the whole question of the possibilities of economy. I hope that...

Information Services ( 7 Dec 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I believe not, because there is so little red meat available that it would not be worth while spending money on it, but a lot of money has been spent on recipes for herrings and porridge. I believe I am right in saying that the nationalised industries, these powerful organisations which, I understand, we own, have much of their information services and publicity paid for by the taxpayer...

Information Services ( 7 Dec 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I take it that this review—about which we are all delighted to hear—will have completed its activities in time for the Estimates to be presented to this House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing, Scotland: Tenements, Glasgow (Subsidence) ( 4 Dec 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it not a fact that the inability of people to maintain tenement properties in Glasgow and elsewhere is directly due to the recent Government's having done nothing whatever to assist them by revising the Rent Restrictions Acts or the Scottish rating system?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Private Building Ratio and Sale of Houses (27 Nov 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Can the Minister state whether the welcome statement he has made applies in full to Scotland?

Clause 1. — (Establishment and Status of Home Guard.) (27 Nov 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. I should like to ask your guidance, Mr. Hopkin Morris. What has the history of this singularly boring incident some days ago to do with this very important constitutional Amendment?

Clause 1. — (Establishment and Status of Home Guard.) (27 Nov 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I made it perfectly clear. What I said was that the subject of what happened some days ago was boring, but that we wished to discuss the important constitutional Amendment which the right hon. Gentleman has put down.


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