Results 61–80 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

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

Major Guy Lloyd: I am amazed, like my hon. Friend the Member for Croydon, East (Sir H. Williams), at the fact that hon. Members on the other side of the Committee have not seen our point of view. It has been suggested by the Oppo- sition that we are not in favour of consultation with the T.U.C. Nobody has suggested anything of the kind.

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

Major Guy Lloyd: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for War made it perfectly clear in the early stages of these discussions that he was in favour of consultation, and, in fact, did get into touch with this particular council. I personally, definitely welcome the right hon. Gentleman's assurance. It is highly proper that Government Departments and Ministers should get into contact with bodies whose...

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

Major Guy Lloyd: As the hon. Gentleman has referred to me, may I ask if he can mention a single Act of Parliament since the 19th century in which this principle has been embodied?

Oral Answers to Questions — South Africa (British Protectorates) (22 Nov 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it not a fact that alarm has not been created but has been engendered?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Labour Stockpiling (15 Nov 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is not this the kind of thing which has been going on to a considerable extent in the Royal Dockyards during the last five years?

Oral Answers to Questions — Japan: Pre-war Empire (25 Jul 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs which parts of the pre-war Japanese Empire have been ceded to or are now occupied by countries in the Russian sphere of influence under the Yalta and subsequent agreements with the British Government; and which parts still remain to be allocated among the signatories to the proposed Japanese peace treaties.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Industrial Disputes ( 5 Jul 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: As the disputes in the nationalised industries today are notorious, and need no figures to prove their existence, will the right hon. Gentleman say how many industries were nationalised in 1923?

Persia (Anglo-Iranianoil Company) ( 5 Jul 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: The right hon. Gentleman described the situation as well-nigh intolerable. In the next sentence he said that the attitude of the Government remained the same. Is the House to understand that, however intolerable the position becomes, the attitude of the Government will remain the same?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Service: Hearing Aids (28 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Can the right hon. Gentleman say, roughly, how long a person has to wait for one of these appliances? My information is that it is a very long time.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Unclaimed Rations (27 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food what percentage of the total rations to which the public is entitled has not been taken up during the first rationing period of the new ration books.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Emergency Coupons (25 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food how many forged emergency food coupons have come into the hands of his Department so far this year.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Emergency Coupons (25 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware that there is very considerable public concern over this matter, not only among consumers—the purchasers in the shops—but also among the traders themselves? While I realise that the right hon. Gentleman has given the only official figures available, may I ask him whether he will do his utmost to assure the public that everything is being done to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Emergency Coupons (25 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food what precautions are taken by his Department to see that unissued emergency food coupons do not get into circulation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Emergency Coupons (25 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Bearing that answer in mind, will the right hon. Gentleman also remember the remark of the Lord Chief Justice on this subject at a recent trial when he said, in connection with one incident, "There must be gross corruption somewhere"? Where is the corruption?

Slaughter of Animals (Amendment) Bill: Gas Undertakings (Scotland) Bill (22 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will the hon. Member apologise to the hon. Member for Renfrew, East, who never mentioned the subject at all?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Service: Hospital Management Committees (Accounts) (21 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Could one of the reasons be that the enormous amount of money spent on administration so far exceeds that spent on the real welfare of the hospitals that the Government would not like to publish the figures?

Fifth Schedule. — (Purchase Tax (Amendments of Schedule of Chargeable Goods).) (19 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. Is there any real connection between lining socks for shoes and elastic? Would it not be better for each hon. Member to move his Amendment?

Fifth Schedule. — (Purchase Tax (Amendments of Schedule of Chargeable Goods).) (19 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I wish to express my sympathy with and support for the remarks of my hon. Friend the Member for Rushcliffe (Mr. Redmayne). I was hoping very much that the Government would not lose a great deal of revenue by making this small and very reasonable concession, for One touch of nature makes the whole world kin … Those of us who have suffered from blisters on our feet as a result of not being...

Ministers' Answers and Statements (Supplementary Questions) (13 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: May I ask you a question, Mr. Speaker, of the gist of which I have given you private notice? I wish to ask if you are in a position to answer a question which I raised some time ago as to whether or not it is right and proper for a right hon. or hon. Member to stop discussion on a major issue raised on a Ministerial statement by going through the words, "I beg to give notice that I will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Persian Oil Nationalisa Tion Act (Publication) (11 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT an English version of the Persian Oil Nationalisation Act.


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