Results 101–120 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Official Motor Cars (20 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury which Ministers, apart from Members of the Cabinet, have the use of an official car and driver; what was the average monthly mileage of these cars in each of the past five years; and what was the monthly average sum recovered for personal journeys, not on official business, during the same period.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Service: Blood Donors (15 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Why does not the right hon. Gentleman make any attempt to answer the Question on the Order Paper? It is a perfectly straight and honest Question. Why does he not give a reply? What is the number of rejections? If the right hon. Gentleman does not know, why does he not say so?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Overseas Units (Fighting Efficiency) (13 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it not a fact that inquiries have elicited the fact that the great majority of miners in the Forces would far rather remain where they are than go back to the mines under nationalisation?

Complaint of Privilege (13 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. Are not these comments and innuendos entirely out of order, Sir?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Young Soldiers, Malaya (Training) ( 6 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Surely, with regard to the Minister's remark that the main consideration is not whether a boy is killed at 18 or not, the question is whether he has had sufficient training?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Wholesale Price Index ( 1 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the President of the Board of Trade on what grounds a rebate paid to butchers produces a change in the wholesale price index for meat published by his Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Wholesale Price Index ( 1 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does this mean that this is an ingenious idea to avoid raising the cost-of-living index figure?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Wholesale Price Index ( 1 Mar 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: It was just because I do know that that I asked the Question. The housewife perhaps might not know that, and I was trying to enlighten the housewife as to the difference.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Troops, Korea (27 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Whilst appreciating the fact that journalists might play a useful part in this matter, would the right hon. Gentleman say what on earth this has to do with trade unionists?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Troops, Korea (27 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: In view of the fact that some of these men are known to be members of the Co-operative Society, could not some members of that Society go out to Korea?

Ministers' Answers and Statements (Supplementary Questions) (27 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: I should like to ask your guidance, Mr. Speaker, with regard to what happened following the statement of the Prime Minister yesterday; after which, as I understand it, a right hon. Member opposite was able to prevent any further discussion on the subject, or any further question, merely by uttering the words that he begged to give notice that he would raise the matter on the Adjourn- ment....

Supreme Commander Atlantic (26 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is it not a fact that this was not in reply to a Question, but was a statement, about which we wish further elaboration from the Prime Minister?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Z Reservists (Outsize Battle Dress) (20 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is the Minister aware that after 15 days the outsize battle dress may not fit?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Butchers (Rebate) (14 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food what is the annual rate of the rebate being allowed to butchers consequent on the cutting of the meat ration; and what, on an annual basis, is the difference between the Argentine price for meat and his Department's offer for it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Index of Retail Prices (13 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour what weight is given in the cost-of-living index to butcher's meat, cooked ham, poultry and rabbit, respectively.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Index of Retail Prices (13 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does not that somewhat misleading reply really mean that the Government are forcing the housewives to purchase what the bureaucrats would call non-index meat in order to protect their precious cost-of-living index, and how much longer will the public be asked to believe in this fraudulent fetish?

Oral Answers to Questions — House Building, Scotland (Administration) ( 8 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is the Prime Minister aware that the plight of the homeless in Scotland is so acute that they feel very strongly that political prejudices should not rule in this matter? Will he instruct the Secretary of State to rule out political prejudice in regard to the problems of the homeless in Scotland?

Business of the House ( 8 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: In view of the frightful issues involved in foreign affairs at the present juncture, does the Lord President think that he will satisfy the opinion of the House when only one day is to be given to these vital matters? May I ask him to consider the feelings of many hon. Members, I am sure on both sides of the House, that, in view of the importance of the whole issue of foreign affairs at the...

Meat Supplies ( 8 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: In price?

Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power: Mid-Week Sport ( 5 Feb 1951)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware of the opinion strongly expressed by Sir Patrick Dollan and most widely supported throughout Scotland? Will he do something about it?


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