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Orders of the Day — High Court of Justice (King's Bench Division). (16 Jun 1920)

Mr John Clynes: ...and fixed work which these judges do, I think we should have some assurance of what is likely to be the policy of the Government on this head with regard to the future. My right hon. Friend alleged that there are available a large number of other men of great competence and experience, though not exactly as high in rank as the Judges, who have all the capacity for discharging these very...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Bacon. (15 Jun 1920)

Mr John Remer: ...was able to supply better bacon than private enterprise was able to supply, and this was admitted by members of the trade; whether he can name one member of the trade who has admitted this allegation, and where the bacon is to which he refers; and whether he will take steps to have the proper information put before the public, and have the official in question severely reprimanded?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Employment. (14 Jun 1920)

Mr John Clynes: Can the Prime Minister say whether, in view of the allegations made against trade unions recently from very high quarters, this Committee is going to issue a statement on that question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: War Memorials, France and Flanders. (14 Jun 1920)

Mr Archibald Williamson: I was not aware of the fact alleged, but I will investigate it, and see if it can be carried out.

Orders of the Day — Government of Ireland Bill.: Clause 10. — (Powers of Irish Council.) (14 Jun 1920)

...a Sinn Fein secretary. Is it not perfectly certain that there will be a great movement in the Ulster Parliament to object to the expenditure which is imposed in connection with this man who is alleged to be in sympathy with their bitter enemies? Is it not disastrous for the efficiency of the Council that all their financial battles on these subjects will have to be thought twice...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Payments (Delays). (10 Jun 1920)

Sir James Macpherson: Unfortunately, it is the case that in certain areas some delay has occurred, principally on account of the fact that an increasing proportion of pension claims are now made by men who allege disablement by war service tong after their demobilisation, and this class of case necessarily requires fuller investigation than does that of men who are known to be disabled at the time of discharge....

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Illegal Courts. (10 Jun 1920)

Sir Alexander Sprot: ...'s jury which inquired into the death of James Dalton at Limerick on 15th May last; whether Joseph Dalton, a brother of deceased, gave evidence that he was present at a Dail Eireann inquiry into allegations against James Dalton of having relations with the police, and produced a document which was called Dail Eireann official verdict in the case of James Dalton; whether the coroner...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Hungary. (10 Jun 1920)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: 74. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in view of the allegations respecting the state of the Hungarian military prisons and particularly the internment camp at Hajmasker, His Majesty's Government will approach the Hungarian Government with a view to obtaining the supervision of some British or French civilian over these prisons?

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill. (9 Jun 1920)

Mr William Royce: .... That is a very serious matter, because the necessity for small holdings is very great. I know that a great deal of agitation has been going on throughout the country of late in consequence of the alleged, and, in some instances, the real, injury done to farmers by speculators buying land, although I think this has been a little overdone. I for one do not regard the transfer of land from...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Licensing Regulations, Wales. (8 Jun 1920)

Mr Edward Shortt: I have made inquiry of the police of Liverpool, Carnarvonshire (for Llandudno), and Anglesey, and their reports do not support the allegations contained in the second paragraph of the question. The reports, dated 4th and 5th June, show that no trouble has arisen during the two previous Sundays during which the steamers in question have plied this year.

Orders of the Day — War Wealth Levy. (8 Jun 1920)

Mr John Clynes: ...pursue it. It is claimed that the Government of this country represents the general opinion of the electorate. I venture to say that I do not think there is a single Member of this House who would allege that, if this direct and simple issue could be submitted to the popular will, it would not receive national approval. Nothing could be more popular, and I think nothing could be more...

Private Business.: EDINBURGH BOUNDARIES EXTENSION AND TRAMWAYS BILL [Lords] — (By Order). (8 Jun 1920)

Captain William Benn: ...of Leith should disappear and that the City of Edinburgh should take over the charge of the administration of the new area. It is perfectly clear that the Bill is not moved because it is alleged that there is any inefficiency in the administration of the borough which I have the honour to represent. Mr. Gladstone was Member for the borough at one time and he came of Leith stock. His father...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Fish Wagons (Covers). (7 Jun 1920)

Sir Eric Geddes: One instance of alleged damage of fish owing to its being forwarded from Scotland to London in an unsheeted open wagon has been brought to my notice, and I am now investigating this case. I am informed, however, that many senders of fish object to its being sheeted during the summer season, as they are of opinion that this causes the fish to heat.

Oral Answers to Questions — League of Nations.: Government Departments (Expenditure). (7 Jun 1920)

Mr John Wallace: 47. asked the Prime Minister whether he will agree to the appointment of a small Committee of business Members of the House of Commons to inquire into the alleged extravagance of various Government Departments, with full powers to call for information on such matters as the alleged extravagance in expensive and unnecessary accommodation and personnel and prodigal expenditure in stationery,...

Orders of the Day — Russia.: Motion for Adjournment. (7 Jun 1920)

...the Prime Minister in this matter is not only correctly interpreting the wish of the great mass of the people, but that he is not necessarily endorsing either murder or outrage such as has been alleged against the Russian Government. Nothing could be a greater libel than to suggest that those who get up and express an opinion contrary to that held by Members of this House necessarily...

Orders of the Day — Bastardy Bill. (7 May 1920)

Mr Neville Chamberlain: ...are fresh in the minds of the witnesses who may be called. So, when the birth of an illegitimate child is registered the person responsible for the registration must also give the name of the alleged father upon a form, which is to be sent to the Registrar. Thereupon the Registrar has to serve notice within the next few weeks upon the alleged father informing him that his name has been...

Oral Answers to Questions — Germany.: War Criminals (Trial). (6 May 1920)

Sir John Butcher: Is there any difficulty about the French Government sending witnesses to Leipzig to give evidence against these alleged criminals?

Oral Answers to Questions — Budget Proposals.: Zeki Bey Kharsa. (6 May 1920)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: 76. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to the alleged arrest and confiscation of the property of a certain Zeki Bey Kharsa, an Arab, of Damascus, on the charge of having incited the Turkish Government to deport an Armenian carpet merchant; whether this Arab was, as alleged, sentenced by the British Consul without any proof being...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: General Dyer. (6 May 1920)

Mr Benjamin Spoor: (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for India whether his attention has been called to an inter- view alleged to have been given by General Dyer to a Press representative, in which the statement is made that General Dyer has been requested to resign his appointment; whether this statement is correct, and, if so, whether this action on the part of the Government is consequent upon...

Oral Answers to Questions — India: Plumage Trade. (5 May 1920)

Mr James Gilbert: 14. asked the Secretary of State for India whether his attention has been called to the alleged cruelties practised in India in connection with the obtaining of the plumage of certain birds; whether the Government of India has ever considered or promoted legislation on the subject; and, if not, will he undertake to bring the matter before them in order that they may decide if any restrictions...

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