Results 49181–49200 of 49303 for alleged

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill: New Clause — (Saving for Statutory Harbour, Dock, and Pier Authorities.) (1 Jul 1919)

Sir James Flannery: The hon. Member said they were the cause of the "ca' canny'' policy which he alleges to exist. I hold in my hand a letter which I received referring to the congestion in Liverpool, which is most apposite to the question of the exclusion of the Manchester Ship Canal: Writing as practical dockmen, employed by a large firm of corn brokers and merchants, and whose business is confined to the...

Orders of the Day — Lord French's Book. (1 Jul 1919)

Mr Winston Churchill: ...received what they call some provocation. But that is a matter in itself which deserves discussion, because books have been published greatly reflecting on the conduct of Lord French, which, it is alleged, have in some way derived their inspiration from General Smith-Dorrien. Further I am of the opinion that we must stick to the rule, even if it appears to work somewhat inequitably, and we...

Oral Answers to Questions — Binder Twine. (30 Jun 1919)

...or price of binder twine since the Armistice. The Board have urged manufacturers to provide sufficient stocks to meet the needs of farmers, but have no power to compel them. As the manufacturers alleged that the holding by the Board of stocks amounting to about 2,700 tons was disturbing the market and causing unemployment, the Board have sold for export the bulk of their supplies. It is...

Oral Answers to Questions — British South Africa Company. (30 Jun 1919)

Mr William Adamson: ...shareholders, he will consider the advisability of having a special examination of the accounts of the British South Africa Company and present, for the information of this House, a Report upon the alleged deficits in the company's accounts?

Orders of the Day — Dogs' Protection Bill. (27 Jun 1919)

Sir William Cheyne: I say that this is what it implies; and for these reasons it is alleged that it is necessary to tie the hands of medical men still further, even though such a proceeding may involve a serious loss to humanity. I can speak on this matter from first-hand knowledge, because at one time I held certificates and licences for a number of years, and later on in my career I became one of those men who...

Orders of the Day — Nurses' Registration Bill.: Clause 4. — (Constitution and Appointment of Council.) (27 Jun 1919)

Sir Gerald Hurst: ...accompanies this Bill something like 30,000 medical practitioners and nurses are claimed as supporting the Bill in its present form, but when the House bears in mind that of that 30,000 who are alleged to be supporting this Bill 22,000 are doctors, they will see what a small residue is left of nurses, and that the whole of the British Medical Association, consisting of the great body of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Evacuation or Odessa. (26 Jun 1919)

Mr. HARMSWORTH: His Majesty's Government have no official information supporting the allegations contained in the question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Old Age Pensions. (26 Jun 1919)

Mr John Cairns: ...he is aware that Hugh Clarkson, of Hartford Colliery, Northumberland, is only getting 2s. per week for his old age pension; and, if so, whether he will inquire into the ease, seeing that the 2s. is alleged to be paid because he has a colliery house?

Oral Answers to Questions — French Subjects (Restrictions). (26 Jun 1919)

Mr Frederick Mallalieu: 32. asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been called to certain statements which have recently appeared in the French Press severely criticising the restrictions which it is alleged to be the intention of His Majesty's Government to impose on French subjects in the United Kingdom under the Aliens Restriction Bill; and whether he has any statement to make on the subject?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Shipyards.: Public Expenditure. (26 Jun 1919)

Sir Henry Jones: ...the growing dissatisfaction shown by the public at the expenditure of public money at the national shipyards at Portbury, Chepstow, and Beachley, the Government will institute an inquiry into the alleged waste, such inquiry to be on lines similar to that of Cippenham?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Shipyards.: Unskilled Labourers. (26 Jun 1919)

.... This will be increased to 1s. 4½d. per hour as from 1st June in accordance with the new award of the Conciliation Board. I have no information as to the local agricultural rate or as to the alleged depletion of agricultural labour in the district, but would suggest that my hon. Friend should address an inquiry to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries on this matter. The wages paid to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Labour Party Conference.: Detention of French Delegates. (26 Jun 1919)

Mr Edward Shortt: In consequence of allegations received from France as to the real object of their visit, all the French delegates to the Conference at Southport were stopped pending inquiries—two at Folkestone and four in London. They were all subsequently allowed to proceed to Southport, which four of them did, but the two gentlemen at Folkestone preferred to return to Paris.

Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 4. — (Consolidation of Proceedings on Claims for Compensation in Respect of Various Interests in the Same Land.) (26 Jun 1919)

Mr Frederick Banbury: effect on the Bill. Yet my right hon. Friend (Sir D. Maclean.) voted for that Amendment. I think he can hardly say, therefore, that this Amendment must not be accepted for the reasons he has alleged.

Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Tribunal for Assessing Compensation, in Respect of Land Compulsorily Acquired for Public Purposes.) (25 Jun 1919)

Mr Peter Raffan: ...just spoken has entirely misconceived the purpose of the Amendment. His speech is entirely in support of the Amendment. He states that they fail to agree in only one case in ten thousand, and he alleges that it is unfair that the valuers in connection with the Land Valuation Department should be the final arbiters. But under this Amendment they are not the final arbiters. Under this...

Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Rules for the Assessment of Compensation.) (25 Jun 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: for gas or water under- takings. The owner of other land not affected in the actual taking, would be able to come before the taking authority or the arbitrator dealing with the transaction and alleged damage to the amenities of his property, and I know the tremendous damages he used to get in this respect.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Royal Army Medical Corps (Mechanical Transport). (24 Jun 1919)

Sir Percy Hurd: 7. asked the Secretary of State for War if he can now state the result of his inquiries into the allegation of soldiers in the Army of Occupation that mechanical transport men in the Royal Army Medical Corps are not being released fairly according to length of service, etc., under the terms of the Government scheme of demobilisation; whether men are being retained solely because their unit is...

Orders of the Day — Whitsuntide Recess (Adjournment).: Food Supplies. (6 Jun 1919)

Mr George Roberts: ..., we are bound to suffer because of our neglect of proper understanding and arrangement in respect of foods within the Empire. My hon. Friend, in introducing the discussion, referred to the allegation that catches of fish have been dumped into the sea. The illustration he gave, I believe, was from Scotland. We have caused inquiries to be made into all these allegations, and I have to admit...

Oral Answers to Questions — Anti-Jewish Pogroms in Poland. (5 Jun 1919)

...have recently occurred in Poland and in the territories under Polish occupation, and that Polish troops have taken part in them. No official reports have so far been received concerning the alleged incidents at the places mentioned in the second part of the question, but a report has been received that a disturbance has occurred at Czenstochau, in which some soldiers from General Haller's...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Galway Town Hall (Alleged Seizure). (5 Jun 1919)

Galway Town Hall (Alleged Seizure).

Oral Answers to Questions — Recommendations for Honours. (5 Jun 1919)

Mr Henry Croft: 45. asked the Prime Minister whether he will appoint an immediate judicial inquiry in order that evidence may be taken on oath as to the allegations that titles have been bestowed in return for monetary consideration?

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