Results 161–180 of 787 for speaker:Major Guy Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — West Africa (Cocoa Marketing Boards) (28 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what is the present total of accumulated funds with the West African cocoa marketing boards.

Oral Answers to Questions — West Africa (Cocoa Marketing Boards) (28 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Assuming that these figures are extremely large, would the Minister tell the House what it is proposed to do with this enormous surplus?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Apples (British Columbian Gift) (28 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food whether he is now in a position to state what was the total outlay by his Department for transport and distribution charges on the gift of apples from British Columbia; what this represented per pound of those sold; what prices were charged to wholesalers and retailers; what price was paid by the public; and how much profit was made on the transaction by his Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Apples (British Columbian Gift) (28 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: In view of that information, for which I thank the Minister, may I ask whether it is not a great pity that those most generous donors from Canada were not aware when they gave these apples that this was the kind of thing which would result from their gift?

Korean Republic (Invasion) (28 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Major Guy Lloyd rose—

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Timber Imports (22 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Could the right hon. Gentleman explain, especially to this side of the House, why there was the triumphant giggle from the other side when he said that Russian prices happened to be cheaper?

Business of the House (22 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he can give any convincing reason to the House why we should have the prospect of being up all night when there is plenty of time to discuss the Finance Bill in Committee? There is no hurry to adjourn whatever and we have far too long a Recess in any case?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Dockyards (21 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty what commercial work is at present on hand in Navy dockyards; and how much of it has been accepted at under cost.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Dockyards (21 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will the Minister bear in mind the highly critical comments of the Auditor and Comptroller-General about a recent contract which involved the taxpayers in a loss of more than £171,000? Will he see that such contracts, which cause a loss to the taxpayer, are not undertaken. Many private interests could take them on and probably make a profit?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Finance and Economics (Inquiry) (20 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: May we have an assurance that the committee will not consist of those who are notoriously biased on this subject?

Oral Answers to Questions — Eastern Europe (Imprisoned British Subjects) (14 Jun 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Can the House have any assurance that some of those persons have not shared the fate which overtook Polish prisoners-of-war in the Katyn Woods?

Oral Answers to Questions — Australia (British Immigrants) (25 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Could not the Government have shown unusual foresight by using the "Aquitania" for this purpose, at any rate for a short time, instead of allowing her to be broken up?

Scotland (Financial and Economic Committee) (25 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: While the whole House will appreciate the motives of the right hon. Gentleman and his colleagues in making this statement, may I ask if he would tell the House why it was that his predecessor and all his colleagues, including the right hon. Gentleman himself, repeatedly refused, throughout the General Election, to consider anything of the kind?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Subsidies (17 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of Food what was the total subsidy during 1949 on rationed foods allocated respectively to industrial canteens and to commercial caterers.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Subsidies (17 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will it not serve a very useful purpose if housewives, taxpayers and those who use these facilities are aware of the additional cost of the food which is supposed to be cheap in these places?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Statistics (16 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the Minister of National Insurance whether she will provide, for inclusion in the Ministry of Labour Gazette, monthly figures of the numbers of the population on sick benefit and absent from work.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Monopolies Commission (16 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: asked the President of the Board of Trade how many cases, to date, he will be referring to the Monopolies Commission as a result of representations made to him.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Monopolies Commission (16 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: Will the Minister give an assurance that his Department will not lend a prejudiced ear to information which may be passed on to him from snoopers or jealous competitors whose motives are by no means unprejudiced?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Private Building (11 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: On a point of Order. Is it not a fact, Sir, that the Minister made a statement which my right hon. and gallant Friend asked him to confirm and he did not do so. The Minister said that it would not be true today. My right hon. and gallant Friend suggests that the statement is correct.

Orders of the Day — Scotland (Housing) (11 May 1950)

Major Guy Lloyd: And I am sure the right hon. Gentleman will agree with me that sympathy is no solution for those who believed in promises which have been broken.


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