Results 81–100 of 247 for speaker:Mr John Morrison

Orders of the Day — Highways (Provision of Cattle-Grids) Bill: Clause 1. — (Provision of Cattle-Grids and by-Passes.) (18 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: I accept what the Minister has said but I support my noble Friend the Member for Dorset, South (Viscount Hinchingbrooke) in saying that the farmer and user of the land next door are more likely to know than anyone else. I hope that the Minister will consider the point.

Orders of the Day — Highways (Provision of Cattle-Grids) Bill: Clause 1. — (Provision of Cattle-Grids and by-Passes.) (18 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: I wish to support my hon. Friend. A cattle-grid is a bar to any stock driven to market on their own feet rather than conveyed in trucks. There is also the point about the horse vehicle, and the man who rides a horse, —I still do that and enjoy it. The right hon. Gentleman may know that one thing one cannot do with safety when riding a horse is to jump a cattle-grid.

Orders of the Day — Highways (Provision of Cattle-Grids) Bill: Clause 9. — (Agreements for Use of Land for Cattle-Grids or by- Passes.) (18 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: I beg to move, in page 7, line 23, at the end, to insert: and by way of contribution towards expenditure incurred by the person making the agreement. The Amendment is designed to cover possible legal charges which may fall on someone in the event of some little disagreement in regard to the acquisition of land. It is a small matter, and I hope that the Minister will be able to accept it.

Orders of the Day — Highways (Provision of Cattle-Grids) Bill: Clause 9. — (Agreements for Use of Land for Cattle-Grids or by- Passes.) (18 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: In view of what the right hon. Gentleman says, I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: Cathedral Spire, Salisbury (Light) (17 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil Aviation if he is aware that it is now considered necessary for the safety of aircraft and of the cathedral to instal a light on Salisbury Cathedral spire, now rebuilding; and if he will contribute towards the cost of this light.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: Cathedral Spire, Salisbury (Light) (17 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that owing to the R.A.F. being in possession of Chilmark quarry from which stone for Salisbury Cathedral comes, it is not possible to use that stone for the rebuilding of the spire? Will he therefore make a gesture and help with the cost of the stone which must be brought from elsewhere?

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Commission (Roads) (11 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture the total cost of roads made by the Forestry Commission since 1st January, 1946; and how much per mile this represents.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Commission (Roads) (11 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: As they are used only very occasionally for the extraction of timber, will the right hon. Gentleman consider reducing the cost of these very high priced roads?

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Storm Damage (10 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Postmaster-General the number of telephones estimated to be cut of order following the recent April snow storms; what is the estimated cost of the damage; and what steps he is taking to prevent a recurrence.

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Storm Damage (10 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: Does not the right hon. Gentleman think that there is a strong case for putting more telephone cables underground and that the same applies to railway telegraphs, about which I cannot now put a Question to him?

Orders of the Day — Education ( 4 May 1950)

Mr John Morrison: Unlike the hon. Member for Halifax (Mr. Brook), I cannot compare my locks with those of the hon. Member for Ashford (Mr. Deedes) who made his maiden speech just now, as I am already half-and-half grey myself. I should like very briefly—in view of your warning that we should be brief today, Major Milner—to say a word or two in regard to the position of the voluntary schools, and I speak...

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Government Departments (29 Mar 1950)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Postmaster-General what are the numbers of telephones at present installed in Government Departments, in industrial premises, commercial premises, and private residences, as compared with the end of 1945.

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Government Departments (29 Mar 1950)

Mr John Morrison: Does not the Minister think that he could usefully reduce still further some of the Government telephones and supply them to businesses and productive enterprise?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Government Departments (29 Mar 1950)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Postmaster-General what is the latest total annual telephone, telegraph and postal bill for each of the chief Departments of State.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (10 Mar 1950)

Mr John Morrison: I rise for only a few moments to support my hon. Friend the Member for Devizes (Mr. Hollis) on the subject of the Amendment which stands on the Paper in his name and mine. I should say that I have a slight personal interest in the matter as some land which I farm is under requisition at the present time. I feel, as one who has lived in Wiltshire for quite a number of years, that that county...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (10 Mar 1950)

Mr John Morrison: Will the Parliamentary Secretary consult with the new Secretary of State for War in regard to plantings as I feel it would help the military position, because it is essential to have adequate cover for modern mechanisation manoeuvres?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence ( 8 Dec 1949)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department the number of enrolments since Civil Defence recruiting was opened.

Agricultural Services (Organisation) ( 8 Dec 1949)

Mr John Morrison: I beg to second the Motion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Poisoning (Causes) (10 Nov 1949)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Health to what causes he attributes the recent increase in cases of food poisoning.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Poisoning (Causes) (10 Nov 1949)

Mr John Morrison: Can the Minister say whether he has gone into the details of food kept in cold storage over long periods? Does he not think that that has something to do with it?


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