Results 141–160 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Sickness Certificates (14 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Sickness Certificates (14 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: I should like to have been entitled to do more. In view of the grossly inaccurate statement and misrepresentation of the right hon. Lady—doubtless by accident, as I respectfully say—I beg to give notice that I will raise the matter on the Adjournment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Applications ( 9 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what inquiries he makes in the country of origin of an alien who seeks a certificate of British naturalisation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Applications ( 9 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware, as a result of our unfortunate experiences before the war, of the need to know something of the background of people who come here and obtain naturalisation? Is it not very foolish, in view of the innumerable refugees in this country, that no inquiries should be made in their country of origin?

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Applications ( 9 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Do I understand that screening, which we all understood was a reliable method, really means that we know nothing, care nothing and have no responsibility?

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Applications ( 9 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department the total average expense to the State of pursuing inquiries about any alien seeking British naturalisation; and what is the charge to the applicant.

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens: Naturalisation Applications ( 9 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of order. As that reply seems to reveal a very unsatisfactory situation, of which the country has heard for the first time, I beg to give notice that I will raise the matter at an early opportunity.

Housing ( 6 Nov 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: What about the anger in Scotland?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Sickness Certificates (24 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of National Insurance how many reports have been received from doctors of dishonest attempts to obtain sick certificates from them.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Sickness Certificates (24 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Without wishing to cast any reflection on the right hon. Lady's department as a result of that confession. may I ask whether she has made inquiries and found out that this is a racket which is notorious everywhere else, and will she do something about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Sickness Certificates (24 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does the right hon. Lady say that her Department is the only Department which has not heard the views of doctors all over the country on this subject, which we have heard?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Atomic Energy Staff (Pay) (23 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Would it not be best to see that the travelling allowances are not quite sufficient to enable scientists to get as far as Leningrad?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Strikes (17 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Labour what penalties have been exacted since the end of the war from workers who have participated in a strike in connection with a trade dispute which has not been reported to him under the National Arbitration Order of 18th July, 1940.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Strikes (17 Oct 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: If it is true, as I gather the Minister would like us and the country to believe, that most of these strikes are inspired by Communists for political reasons, is it not a great pity that the Government deprived themselves of the powers of the 1927 Trade Disputes Act by which they could have dealt with these matters?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: War Materials (Export) (19 Sep 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the President of the Board of Trade if he will give a list of British firms supplying equipment to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics which can be of assistance to that country's war potential.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: War Materials (Export) (19 Sep 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: The Minister said that he would not publish a list of these firms. In view of the revelations and concessions which had to be dragged from the Government yesterday on this whole question, surely the public ought to be informed what other firms—and there are many—have been doing the same thing, and a great deal more, for a long time?

Iron and Steel Corporation (Membership) (14 Sep 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will the Minister, who has given us the names of those who have accepted appointment to the Corporation, give us the names, or at any rate the number, of those who have refused?

Orders of the Day — Defence (Government Proposals) (14 Sep 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Does the hon. Member want us to understand that it was events in Korea, and only events in Korea, that created this decision to re-arm at all?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Troops, Smithfield (Cost) (18 Jul 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for War what is the daily cost to public funds of the use of Army personnel at Smithfield market; and what has been the total cost of such assistance at Smithfield since the end of the war.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Troops, Smithfield (Cost) (18 Jul 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: is it not gravely inconsistent that the cost of building a Bailey bridge over the Thames in connection with the Festival of Britain should not he charged, as the right hon. Gentleman said these particular charges are, and why should this inconsistency occur? Why not charge the unions or those responsible for ill-discipline, with this cost?


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