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Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — Provisions for giving the force of law to and carrying into effect Irish Agreement. (3 Mar 1922)

Mr Winston Churchill: ...of Northern Ireland have definitely made a formal request, and, on the general subject of the relations between the two Governments, I have for the last fortnight steadily and continuously made representations to the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland that the representatives of Southern Ireland desire a conference. They are in the position of asking for the conference in order to discuss...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: War Criminals (Trial). (2 Mar 1922)

...-repeated intention of bringing the ex-Kaiser and the more highly placed war criminals of Germany and her Allies to trial; and if he will give the date (with the answer) when last the Allies made representation to the Dutch Government on the subject?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Georgia. (2 Mar 1922)

...the Soviet form of Government; all applications for admission to the Genoa Conference from persons purporting to represent the Georgian Republic have been refused, as it has been decided to limit representation at the Conference to European States. In reply to the last part of the question, I can only state that it has been the consistent policy of His Majesty's Government not to interfere...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Allotment Holders (Scotland). (2 Mar 1922)

Mr. CHAMBERLAIN: I think that the hon. and gallant Gentleman had better make his representations on the subject to the Secretary for Scotland, who, I am sure, will give them all the attention which they deserve.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Expenditure.: Electoral Registers. (1 Mar 1922)

Mr Edward Shortt: cost per annum to national and local authorities of the two six-monthly electoral registers for Great Britain is approximately £1,000,000. A single annual register was in force prior to the Representation of the People Act, 1918, when the change was made in pursuance of the recommendations of the Speaker's Conference on electoral reform. It is estimated that the yearly saving that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment: Mining Industry (Continuity Rule). (1 Mar 1922)

Sir Percy Hurd: 24. asked the Minister of Labour if he has received representations, supported both by miners and mine-owners in the Somerset and other coalfields, urging that the continuity rule under the Unemployment Insurance Acts brings hardship to the miner and inconvenience to the owner in that the best system of short-time working in the mining industry is one day on and one day off; and what steps he...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Milk Supply. (1 Mar 1922)

Viscountess Nancy Astor: Is it not true that the Minister of Health has received representations from influential producers and distributors of milk that if these proposals were put into an Act, towns would be able to adopt model Clauses, which would enable them to improve the milk supply at very little cost to the taxpayer, and great gain to the infant welfare of the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Industrial Insurance. (1 Mar 1922)

Mr Edward Shortt: My right hon. Friend has asked me to reply to this question. I received recently a deputation on which the agents' unions were represented, and I am at all times ready to consider any representations they may put before me. The second part of the question seems to be based upon a misconception of the legislation proposed. I do not understand what functions the hon. Member thinks could be...

National Expenditure.: Department of Overseas Trade. (1 Mar 1922)

...achieved by carrying out this recommendation would be £94,000. This is a matter which requires the most careful consideration. In the course of the last fortnight I have received the most urgent representations from the most powerful bodies of business men begging me to urge the Government not to do away with the Department of Overseas Trade. They tell me that since it was introduced they...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Political Prisoners. (28 Feb 1922)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: ...) whether his attention has been drawn to the restriction on the rights of travel inflicted upon Indians in the mandated territory of Tanganyika; "whether the removal of the ban was effected on his representations; and whether he has asked for disciplinary action against the official guilty of making these invidious distinctions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Kidnapping. (28 Feb 1922)

Viscount Curzon: Have any representations been made to the Provisional Government about the illegal detention of these special constables? What is the view of the Government about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Clonmel Police Barracks (Raid). (28 Feb 1922)

Viscount Curzon: ...a considerable number of motors, rifles and a large amount of ammunition has been stolen and, if so, how much; whether this raid is to be considered as being a breach of the Truce; whether any representations have been made to the Irish Provisional Government; and whether steps are being taken by them to deal with those responsible for it and to return the stores and gear stolen?

Oral Answers to Questions — Cycles (Hear Lights). (28 Feb 1922)

Mr Arthur Neal: I have been asked to answer this question. The views of pedal - cyclist organisations have been fully laid before me. No definite statistics of accidents are available. Representations have, however, been received from Police Watch Committees, Coroners and others as to accidents alleged to have been occasioned by the omission on the part of pedal-cyclists to carry red rear lights.

Oral Answers to Questions — Usk Prison. (28 Feb 1922)

Sir Charles Edwards: 39. asked the Home Secretary whether any representations have been made to him about retaining Usk Prison (Mon.), since the recommendation to abolish the same has been made; is he aware of the great expense recently incurred in improving and bringing up to date this building, and also the provision of new accommodation for warders and other officials; is he aware of the convenience and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Entertainments Duty. (28 Feb 1922)

Sir Wilfred Sugden: 60. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he would appoint an unpaid committee to consider the representations of Anglican, Roman Catholic, and Nonconformist churches upon the working of the Entertainments Duty over all parts of the country in respect of these sections of the Christian Church?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Printed Matter. (28 Feb 1922)

Mr Frederick Kellaway: I have, received representations of the kind referred to in the first part of the question, but, as I pointed out in reply to the hon. Member for East Grinstead (Mr. Cautley), it is not the fact that the cost of postage is the only or principal cause. As regards the second part of the question, I would refer the hon. Member to the answer given by the Leader of the House on 16th February in...

Civil Services and Revenue Departments Supplementary Estimate, 1921–22.: Supreme Court of Judicature, etc. (28 Feb 1922)

Mr John Guest: ...various organisations. I think that that would create confidence. Many of the ex-service men who have to appear before these tribunals are in a weak or nervous state. No provision is made for any representation on their behalf. In my own district the men often have to go 20 miles to attend the tribunal. If it were possible, and I believe it should be possible, for the local doctor, who...

Oral Answers to Questions — Safeguarding of Industries Act.: Fabric Gloves, Gold Leaf and Glass-Ware. (27 Feb 1922)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: I am aware of the representations made to the Committees with regard to the matters referred to, and the hon. Member may rest assured that full weight will be given to all relevant considerations in deciding what action, if any, should be taken by the Board of Trade. I do not understand what the hon. Member means by saying that the glassware inquiry was conducted "at the instigation" of my...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Fish Import Duties (France). (27 Feb 1922)

Sir Cyril Entwistle: If this proposal is made, will the British Government make strong representations to the French Government that it should not be carried out?

Oral Answers to Questions — Dyestuffs (Import Regulation). (27 Feb 1922)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: If so, representations can be made before, the Committee.

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