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Clause 24. — (Rates of Profits Tax, etc.) (11 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I should like to put to the Leader of the House a question which I have been asked many times by my constituents and which is relevant to this Motion—why should we stay up till all hours of the night—

Clause 24. — (Rates of Profits Tax, etc.) (11 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I am speaking with the permission of the Chairman and on a Motion to report Progress. I wish to ask the Leader of the House for an answer to the question which has been repeatedly put to me by my constituents; why should we sit all hours of the night when we took a long Whitsuntide Recess and when, presumably, we are going to rise towards the end of July? Surely there was a long time to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Armed Forces: Equipment (Standardisation) ( 6 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Defence how far, and to what effect, agreement has been reached between the signatories to the Atlantic Pact for the standardisation of nuts, bolts and screws.

Korea (Operations) ( 6 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it the Government's view that the Chinese Government are our enemies or not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Recall to Forces (Employees' Pay) ( 5 Jun 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is the House to understand from the right hon. Gentleman's statement that he does not think it is a good thing for the Government to exercise any control over the nationalised industries?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Docks, Liverpool (10 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In view of the great length of the reply, which I do not for a moment dispute was necessary, would it not have been better if the Minister had dealt with this at the end of Questions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Docks, Liverpool (10 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I said "at the end of Questions," Mr. Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — China (Detained British Nationals) ( 9 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how many British nationals are known to be serving prison sentences in China.

Oral Answers to Questions — China (Detained British Nationals) ( 9 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will the right hon. Gentleman continue to give close attention to this matter, as he will know that the Americans have discovered, by watching the situation closely, that many of their nationals, of whom they had no knowledge, are, in fact, either prisoners or suffering from considerable hardship at the hands of the Chinese?

Oral Answers to Questions — South Bank Exhibition ( 8 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Are not these questions prompted by a laudable desire to represent the interests of private enterprise?

Oral Answers to Questions — Retail Price Index ( 3 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour how many of the offices of his Department, used for the collection of food prices, during the last three months collected the prices per pound actually being charged in their locality for each of the following items required for the compilation of the interim index of retail prices; and how many offices made a nil return: beef, home-killed, 1st quality, sirloin,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Retail Price Index ( 3 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: While I anticipated at least part of that reply, might I ask the right hon. Gentleman why, in view of the fact that so few of these commodities are available, and as the prices are presumably controlled and therefore known in the Minister's Department, it is necessary to employ a large number of officials to snoop around trying to find out prices which he knows already?

Oral Answers to Questions — Retail Price Index ( 3 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: How many of the Minister's officials reported that they had seen or knew the price of a sirloin of beef?

Oral Answers to Questions — Exports to China ( 3 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does the Prime Minister's statement mean that what he says applies also to exports from Hong Kong to China?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: Korea (Campaign Medal) ( 2 May 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Can the right hon. Gentleman give us an assurance that the design and colour of the ribbon will not be referred to the United Nations for a decision?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Waste Paper (Collection) (19 Apr 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does the authority of the right hon. Gentleman in this respect extend to Scotland? If it does, is he aware that a great many local authorities there are doing absolutely nothing at all about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Meat Ration (18 Apr 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food why he was able to give only one week's notice that the meat ration for the week beginning 15th April would be solely fresh meat.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: House Building, Glasgow (17 Apr 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does the hon. Gentleman know why there should be such dismay amongst his hon. Friends at this very good record of Glasgow in house building?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: New Factories ( 3 Apr 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour under what circumstances his regulations require an application by a concern wanting to build a new factory to meet orders for defence equipment to be referred to his Department; and what action he takes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: School Dinners (22 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Education the net cost per head of school dinners borne by public funds when the charge is increased to 7d.; what was the net cost when the charges were 6d. and 4d., respectively: what were the estimated numbers served at each charge; and how many free dinners were served.


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