Results 161–180 of 247 for speaker:Mr John Morrison

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Waiting Applicants (21 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: What priority is given to nurses, doctors and hospitals, where necessary?

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Waiting Applicants (21 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Will the Postmaster-General look into this question again, particularly in regard to district nurses?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Poultry Imports (14 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Food the total value of dead undressed table chickens and hens imported into this country on, and since, 9th February, 1947.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Poultry Imports (14 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Is the Minister doing all he can to see that, while importing these birds, we do not, at the same time, bring in fowl pest?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Poultry Imports (14 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Will the right hon. Gentleman repeat that word?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: "Food and Nutrition" (14 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Food what is the paid circulation of the monthly publication of his Department, "Food and Nutrition"; what is the cost in wages and salaries of the staff employed in its production; what is the annual profit or loss; and what special purpose is served by its appearance.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service: Pensions ( 6 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the average annual pension paid to each grade of civil servant; is the actual deduction from salary or nominal proportion of salary regarded as contributed towards the pension; and what capital amount invested in Government securities this annual income represents.,

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Imported Poultry (Fowl Pest) ( 5 May 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Food what is the total of undressed poultry imported from the United States since the New Year; and what precautions are taken against these dead birds bringing in poultry pest.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Teapots (29 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware of the shortage of ordinary teapots; and what steps he is taking to remedy it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Teapots (29 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: May I corroborate the statement of the hon. Gentleman below the Gangway who cannot find a teapot anywhere?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Imported Grass Seeds (28 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture what quantities and what varieties of grass seed are being imported into this country from the dollar countries and why.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Imported Grass Seeds (28 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Will the Minister do all he can to encourage the production of these seeds in this country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Seed Production (28 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture what plans he has for the future of seed production in this country.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Sheep Breeding (28 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Minister of Agriculture, in view of the loss of sheep flocks in this country, what steps he is taking to increase the stock of sheep; and if he will consider an increase in the price of wool and skins in order to encourage the further breeding up of sheep stock, or some encouragement to the farmer to keep and breed from all ewe lambs.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Ex-Prisoners of War (22 Apr 1947)

Mr John Morrison: Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that Polish men cannot milk cows unless taught, as it is a woman's job in Poland, and will he take this into account in any change over?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Waste Paper Collection (27 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the President of the Board of Trade why the collection of waste paper has fallen by half since 1942.

Orders of the Day — Fire Services Bill (27 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: I hope the hon. Member for Hornchurch (Mr. Bing) will forgive me if I do not follow him in what he said, except to remark that I entirely agree with him regarding the importance of discipline. A suitable disciplinary code is an essential part of the efficiency of a service of this nature. As one who represents an ancient city which did not suffer so much as some the damages and dangers of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Cattle and Sheep Losses (18 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many cattle and sheep it is estimated have been lost in Scotland in the present severe weather; and what is their approximate cost, respectively.

Orders of the Day — Supply: Air Estimates, 1947–48 (17 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: I had not intended to intervene in this Debate, and I hope the hon. Member for South Leicester (Mr. Bowden) will forgive me if I do not follow him. I want to put two points and also emphasise one which has already been made. As regards recruiting, I feel there is some misgiving in the minds of some men concerning the position of married quarters abroad, and I hope the Under-Secretary will...

Orders of the Day — Supply: MR. Bellenger's Statement (13 Mar 1947)

Mr John Morrison: I do not want to keep the House very long at this late hour, and I hope the hon. and gallant Member who has just sat down will forgive me if I do not follow him in detail. Members on this side of the House welcome the fact that he deprecated the cut in the amount granted to cadet forces, which help young fellows so much in their general training for life. I want to refer very briefly to one...


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