Results 3521–3528 of 3528 for speaker:Mr Harold Lever

Palestine (21 Feb 1946)

Mr Harold Lever: May I ask the Noble Lord one question?

Orders of the Day — Government Policy (Motion of Censure) ( 6 Dec 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: Would the hon. Gentleman allow me? I interrupt in a helpful spirit. He said that the Lord President of the Council had locked up more people than anybody since King John. Is it not the fact that the right hon. Gentleman the Member for the Scottish Universities (Sir J. Anderson) was the one who locked them up and it was the Lord President of the Council who released them?

Foreign Affairs (22 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: Will the hon. Gentleman assist me to follow his argument? Do I understand him to say that, in the case of the international trials, he does not want Goering and Co. punished for their offences of murder, rape and looting because they had no reason to suppose that they were penal at the time they arranged these crimes?

Foreign Policy (President Truman's Declaration) ( 7 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: Having succeeded in catching your eye, Mr. Speaker, I feel that I stand especially in need of the indulgence which a merciful tradition accords to maiden speakers, particularly as the atom bomb seems to have dominated this discussion. If I make a speech which is controversial I shall be rebuked for a breach of tradition; if, on the other hand, I confine myself to pious platitudes, there may...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Plastics (Prices) ( 5 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: asked the President of the Board of Trade what are the wholesale prices of Perspex, Diacone, Polystyrene, cellulose acetate and Beetle plastic in the United Kingdom and the sterling prices of the same materials in the U.S.A., respectively.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Press Interview (Officer's Statement) ( 5 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been called to the fact that Captain J. G. Johnson, of Oxford, recently gave a Press interview, reporting statements of German prisoners in the transit camp he commands, containing slanders upon our Russian allies; and if he will ensure that, in future, no British officer repeats this conduct..

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Sentence (Case for Inquiry) ( 5 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: asked the Secretary of State for War, whether he is aware that Gunner E. G. Bailey, recently sentenced to death for murder, was stated to be mentally aged nine years of age by reason of congenital defect; how this man came to be passed as fit for the Army; how long he has been with the Army; and whether he has been medically examined since his admission.

Orders of the Day — British Overseas Airways Corporation ( 1 Nov 1945)

Mr Harold Lever: Against the Directors?


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