Results 241–247 of 247 for speaker:Mr John Morrison

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort: Service Caps, Buttons and Badges (Labour) (30 Mar 1944)

Mr John Morrison: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the Army is set an example, on very high authority, for wearing two cap badges?

Orders of the Day — Supply: Army Estimates, 1944 ( 2 Mar 1944)

Mr John Morrison: I will not attempt to follow too much the speech of my hon. Friend the Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton), though I find myself a great deal in agreement with him, particularly in regard to the territorial boundaries within which regiments are recruited. In regard to his lengthy discourse on excess paper, I entirely agree with him. I want to make one brief point, which I do not think...

Oral Answers to Questions — Road Safety (17 Feb 1944)

Mr John Morrison: Is there not a complete lack of uniformity as regards the headlights of many vehicles?

Agriculture (Prices). (26 Jan 1944)

Mr John Morrison: As one who represents an agricultural constituency and has always been interested in the countryside and agriculture I should like briefly to make one or two points. If they have a note of criticism in them I put them forward with regret, because I know full well the magnificent work which the Minister of Agriculture has done in his leadership of the farming community and in improving the...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Newspaper Distribution, North Africa (27 Jul 1943)

Mr John Morrison: Is my right hon. Friend not aware that among the troops there is considerable feeling that they get their news very late?

Civil Estimates, 1943: Housing ( 4 May 1943)

Mr John Morrison: I wish to say one or two words only, because there are several other Members who wish to speak. I find myself very much in agreement with a great number of the things said by the speaker who opened this Debate, and I should like to thank the Minister first for the gesture, the token, of 3,000 cottages for agriculture. Although I fully appreciate his difficulties in implementing that...

Service Pay and Allowances (10 Sep 1942)

Mr John Morrison: I must crave the indulgence of the House for this my first speech to it. As one who was a Territorial soldier for some years before the war and who has served as a regimental soldier in the Middle East for over two years in this war, I feel that I would like to put one or two points in this Debate. It may be a hackneyed statement to say the whole system of pay in the Army is somewhat out of...

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