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Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Bill. (20 Nov 1919)

Sir James Flannery: My right hon. Friend has just disposed of the unfounded allegation that the Board of Trade are unwilling or have ever been unwilling to resign the control of electricity in this country. I should like to add my testimony, as one of the members of the Standing Committee which dealt with this Bill upstairs, to what my right hon. Friend has said, namely, that the Parliamentary Secretary to the...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimate, 1919–20.: Ministry of Labour (Civil Demobilisa- Tion and Resettlement Department). — (Unclassified Services.) (19 Nov 1919)

Mr John Clynes: ...directly or indirectly linked with the effect of the recent railway strike. I have here a letter from the Manchester, Salford and District Building Trades' Employers' Association. It will not be alleged that it is from a, prejudiced source. It came to me a few day ago: I am directed to draw your particular attention to the difficulties experienced by building contractors in this district...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Flaxdressers' and Linen Workers, Belfast. (18 Nov 1919)

Mr Thomas Burn: 30. asked the Minister of Labour whether he has received a resolution from the Belfast Flax-dressers' and Linen Workers' Trade Union alleging that the flax-dressers of Johnstone and Kilbirnie are paid 63s. 6d. for a forty-seven-hour week and that textile workers in England are paid on a forty-eight-hour week, and urging that; flaxdressers and textile workers in Ireland should be put upon a...

Motion for Adjournment.: Govebnment Policy. (17 Nov 1919)

Mr John Ward: ...speeches I preferred the spontaneous speech of the Noble Lord opposite (Lord R. Cecil). That was a contribution from the heart, and carried weight, I am sure, with every Member of the House. The allegation of the right hon. Gentleman (Mr. A. Henderson), who, I take it, has assumed the leadership of the Labour party here to-night, is that the Government, by its action, by its instructions...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Northern Caucasia. (11 Nov 1919)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: ...he is aware that charges of murder, violation of women, and defiling of mosques have been brought against these volunteer troops; and what steps it is proposed to take to test the truth of these allegations and to make certain that British munitions are not being used to maltreat the people of Northern Caucasia?

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Army of Occupation (British Troops). (11 Nov 1919)

Mr Robert Tootill: ...the Secretary of State for War whether the 50th Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment, are under orders for a destination on the Danish frontier; whether he is aware that the men of this battalion allege that a promise was made that they would be sent no further than the Rhine; and whether, in view of the dissatisfaction prevailing, he will have inquiries made into this matter?

Orders of the Day — Montenegro. (11 Nov 1919)

Mr Ronald McNeill: ...the War reports began to be spread which can be traced to Serbian sources, discreditable both to Montenegro And especially to the King of Montenegro, and it was said these reports went so far as to allege that the King and his Government had been guilty of treachery to the Allies, and had been in correspondence with the enemy, and it was even alleged at one time that some secret treaty...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill: Clause 4. — (Inquiry into Trade Disputes.) (10 Nov 1919)

Mr John Clynes: ...of trade union meetings, and have had to deal with great masses of men know how difficult it is to persuade a body of men of any of the embarrassments which employers of labour so frequently allege. Therefore, if you are to have effective inquiry, and to make a good use of the investigation you must be able to get at the documents which alone usually contain the exact facts regarding the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Budapest (Alleged Pogroms). (6 Nov 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Budapest (Alleged Pogroms).

Orders of the Day — Industrial Courts Bill. (6 Nov 1919)

Mr John Clynes: ...often been a subject of reference in. this House. Our view upon this matter I would like to repeat in this phrase. Men and women are still being paid considerable sums to remain idle. It has been alleged, and, indeed, I think it has been proved, that there are persons, however few they may he, who have shown less inclination either to secure a job or keep it because they have been content...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Further Vote on Account. (5 Nov 1919)

Mr Winston Churchill: Then the words must have been taken down wrongly by the reporter. We know that these mistakes do happen, and are alleged to happen, when one sees next day something which one would much rather not have said. The hon. Gentleman is quite wrong if he thinks I quoted this reference to his speech for the purpose of reproaching him. On the contrary, I was complimenting him on the increasing gravity...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Base Headquarters, Boulogne. (4 Nov 1919)

Captain Reginald Terrell: 6. asked the Secretary of State for War if he has investigated the allegations of waste of money and waste of effort at Boulogne in connection with the base commandant's establishment; whether he will inform the House what steps have been taken to confine expenditure to the lowest possible proportions; how many officers and other ranks are employed by the base commandant; and the total annual...

Oral Answers to Questions — Volunteers.: Guards (Treatment of Recruits). (4 Nov 1919)

Mr Frank Briant: ...of recruits in the Guards; and, in view of the prejudicial effect of such statements on recruiting and the reputation of the Army, if he will order an inquiry to be made as to the truth of the allegations?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treaty of Peace.: Housing (Manchester). (4 Nov 1919)

Mr John Clynes: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that it is alleged in the case of the Court in Manchester that the discretion is exercised usually in favour of the owner and not the tenant?

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: Clause 8. — (Deputation of Former Enemy Aliens.) (4 Nov 1919)

Sir Ernest Wild: ...the other point with regard to method? A good deal of chaff, some of it good-humoured, has been hurled at the Home Secretary and the Government for what is called a change of front. It has been alleged again and again that there has been some sort of bargain made with some of their supporters. Although that has been denied by the Home Secretary and the Solicitor-General, that denial has...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railway Strike. (3 Nov 1919)

Mr James Hogge: I did not ask for a definition of what I meant by my question. I asked whether the Government are actually following up the anarchist conspirators who, the Prime Minister alleged, were the cause of the railway strike?

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: Clause 6. — (Appointment of Aliens to the Civil Service.) (3 Nov 1919)

Captain William Benn: ...he could not have an examination to see which would be the better person to employ, because no alien is to be permitted to sit for an examination, and so you get from absurdity to absurdity. The alleged danger that our Civil Service may become submerged by an alien immigration does not exist, but the real thing we desire is to have at the service of this country the best ability the world...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Sinn Fein Organisation. (30 Oct 1919)

Mr Jeremiah MacVeagh: 29. asked who is responsible for the recent issue from Dublin Castle of a list of crimes alleged to have been committed by the Sinn Fein organization?

Orders of the Day — Finance. (30 Oct 1919)

Mr John Clynes: ...Friend (Mr. Henderson) who spoke yesterday put certain points to the Prime Minister to which I want further to draw his attention, and as to which we are entitled to an answer, because it cannot be alleged against, us that we are seeking to take advantage of the Government, now that the War is over and because of the financial situation being so serious as it is. My right hon. Friend...

Orders of the Day — War Emergency Laws (Continuance) Bill. (28 Oct 1919)

Mr James Hogge: the ratification of peace are correct, it is manifestly absurd on the part of the Leader of the House and the Government to throw dust into the eyes both of the House and the public by alleging that things may arise so suddenly that they would not know where they are. My right hon. and learned Friend opposite (Sir G. Hewart), whose attention must be called to these matters as a Law...

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