Results 181–200 of 247 for speaker:Mr John Morrison

Oral Answers to Questions — Potato Sales (Control) (10 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Food what arrangements he has made with wholesalers for controlling potato sales till the new crop.

Oral Answers to Questions — Potato Sales (Control) (10 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Is the hon. Lady still certain that it will not be necessary to ration potatoes?

Orders of the Day — Summer Time Bill ( 4 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: I intervene for a minute or two as one who is himself responsible for farming and also as one who represents an agricultural constituency. It has not been strongly enough emphasised that the difficulties of farming have been very grave over recent months. After the very late harvest, autumn sowing on the land has made everything very much behindhand. After that, in this hard weather which we...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Departmental Stationery (18 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Secretary of State for War what total stocks of stationery and envelopes are held by his Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Departmental Stationery (18 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Will the right hon. Gentleman take into account the increasing difficulty experienced by civilians and business organisations in getting supplies of stationery at present and in ordering, further stocks?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Foot-and-Mouth Disease (17 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture what is the total number of animals slaughtered in England and Wales, owing to foot-and-mouth disease, since 30th October, 1946; what are their species; and what total compensation has been paid.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry: Skilled Foresters (17 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture if he is aware of the shortage of skilled foresters; and what steps he is taking to augment them.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Hutted Camps (13 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Health how many families are accommodated in converted Nissen Service huts; and what is the average rent charged.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Agricultural Workers (13 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Health if, in publishing future figures of new houses completed, he will give totals of those occupied by agricultural workers.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Agricultural Workers (13 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that unless the ratio of new houses in agricultural districts is increased considerably, it is a very poor lookout for agricultural areas?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: "Rodent Mail" (12 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minis-of Food the annual cost of "Rodent Mail," issued by the infestation division of his Department; how many are employed in its production; how many copies are circulated; and what purpose does the publication achieve.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: "Rodent Mail" (12 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: On what basis are claims made for rats actually destroyed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Canned Milk and Bacon (12 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Food how much home-produced tinned milk and home-produced tinned bacon is being made available in exchange for points; and why the milk is not available as fresh milk in the ordinary way and the bacon as part of the ration supply.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Rationing (Anonymous Letters) (10 Feb 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the President of the Board of Trade how many anonymous letters are, on average, received each month by his Department about rationing offences being committed by named individuals; and what action his Department takes over such anonymous communications.

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Machinery (Supplies) (17 Oct 1946)

Mr John Morrison: I, like other hon. Members, welcome the opportunity given to the House to discuss this important question of spare parts for agriculture because, with the return of German prisoners of war, there is no doubt that mechanisation becomes more and more important. I only want to ask the hon. Gentleman who is to reply to this Debate two questions. He may not be able to give me a direct answer this...

Oral Answers to Questions — Malayan Union: Cabinet Office (Service Personnel) (31 Jul 1946)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Prime Minister why the total service personnel seconded to the Cabinet Office is larger than it was a year ago.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Monthly Returns (30 Jul 1946)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Labour why a manufacturer must complete eight copies of the monthly return of employment; and if he will cause this number to be reduced in order to save work and paper.

Oral Answers to Questions — Shipping: British Tonnage (United States Chartering) ( 8 Jul 1946)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Transport what is the tonnage of British shipping at present chartered by the United States of America.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Temporary Silos ( 8 Jul 1946)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture if he has considered the use of surplus road side ammunition shelters converted into small temporary silos to augment the silage crop where practicable.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: National Advisory Service ( 3 Jun 1946)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture how many persons have been selected for appointment to the National Agricultural Advisory Service so far; how many have been in the Services; and how many have practical experience of farming.


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