Results 781–787 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Russia (British Aid). (23 Oct 1941)

Major Guy Lloyd: I welcome this Debate, which gives us an opportunity to raise various points which the public and hon. Members have in mind in connection with the wider aspects of the progress of the war. In thinking out the choice of subjects which could be raised in a Debate of such wide scope, I decided that I wanted to raise a matter which I know is causing a very considerable amount of distress and...

Civil Estimates, 1941.: Civil Defence. (12 Jun 1941)

Major Guy Lloyd: Many of us have particularly looked to this two days' Debate on Civil Defence. Quite apart from Members of the House, a very large public outside have been greatly looking forward to a Debate on Civil Defence, not least the personnel of the Civil Defence services themselves, who, I have good reason to believe, have not been too happy about the situation in which they themselves, are very...

Orders of the Day — War Damage Bill.: Clause 69. — (Application to Scotland.) (12 Feb 1941)

Major Guy Lloyd: I beg to move, in page 50, line 25, at the end, to add: (i) for the purpose of determining the amount of a value payment to be made by the Commission in respect of any hereditament comprising dwelling-houses to which the Increase of Rent and Mortgage Interest (Restrictions) Act, 1920, applies or applied, no regard shall be paid to any increase of owners' rates paid by the owner of such...

Orders of the Day — War Damage Bill.: Clause 69. — (Application to Scotland.) (12 Feb 1941)

Major Guy Lloyd: In view of what the Lord Advocate has said, I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — War Damage Bill.: Clause 19. — (Rights over against mort- gagees in certain cases.) ( 5 Feb 1941)

Major Guy Lloyd: So far as my recollection goes, nothing has been said about the position in which certain dwelling houses in Scotland find themselves because of the Rent Restriction Acts. I hope the Chancellor can say a word on this matter, which will satisfy me and many others in Scotland.

Air-Raid Precautions. (10 Oct 1940)

Major Guy Lloyd: As this is the first time that I have had the honour to address the House, I am sure that I shall be able to ask for the usual indulgence and consideration of Members to a Member making his maiden speech. I listened with the deepest interest to the Debate of yesterday, as, indeed, it was the duty of all Members for constituencies outside of London to do, for it is of the utmost importance...

Air-Raid Precautions. (10 Oct 1940)

Major Guy Lloyd: That may well be so, but all I am speaking about is the existing affairs, and although responsibility may be divided, I think a strong indictment can be made against the local authority. However, I will pass to other matters connected with air-raid precautions, to which I would be grateful if the Minister gave his attention. With regard to air-raid wardens and other A.R.P. personnel, owing to...

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