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Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Indian Press Acts. (22 Mar 1922)

Sir J. D. REES: Is the Noble Lord aware that those whose duty it has been to watch the Indian Press think that a retention of these powers is very necessary, and will he make representations to that effect?

General Nursing Council for England and Wales (Rules). (22 Mar 1922)

Major Sir Richard Barnett: ...point of law which, I think, the Minister of 'Health will admit is fatal to the two Rules to which we are objecting this evening. If the right hon. Gentleman makes that concession, it will not be necessary for me and my friends to discuss the merits of the Rules. The Act of 1919 first set up the General Nursing Council, and the second Clause provided for the registration of the nurses. The...

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens.: Washington Labour Conference (Sweated Labour). (21 Mar 1922)

Sir Charles Lyle: 27. asked whether, either as a result of the Washington Labour Conference or otherwise, the Government has made, or is making, any representations to Foreign administrations against the prevalence of sweated labour in industries, which are directly competitive with our own; and whether his Department has any evidence to show the effect of such sweated labour, within the last two years, on any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens.: Electoral Registers. (21 Mar 1922)

Mr Edward Shortt: I am aware of those facts, but at the same time there have been very strong representations the other way. I hope that the matter will be decided before the Second Reading of the Representation of the People Bill is reached.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Nurses (Registration). (21 Mar 1922)

Mr Robert Munro: Representations in both senses have reached me.

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Shipbuilding, Germany. (21 Mar 1922)

Mr. T. THOMSON: 45. asked the Prime Minister whether the Government are prepared to make representations to our late Allies that they should follow our example to waive their respective claims to the 1,000,000 tons gross of new merchant shipping which, under the reparation Clauses of the Versailles Treaty, Germany has to build during the next five years, and thus prevent the shipyards of our...

Oral Answers to Questions — Genoa Conference.: Me. Chamberlain's Announcement. (21 Mar 1922)

Mr John Clynes: ...the right hon. Gentleman can give any information as to whether the agenda for Genoa has been in any way limited in deference to French opinion, and whether any state- ment can be made on the representation at the Genoa Conference of Russia and Germany?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Royal Air Foece (Control). (21 Mar 1922)

Mr James Hope: I cannot see, on the face of it, how this argument is really connected with the question of the representation of the Air Force on the Committee of Imperial Defence.

REPORTS [17th March].: Civil Services and Revenue Depart Ments Supplementary Estimate,1921–22. Unclassifiedservices. (21 Mar 1922)

Commander Hon. Joseph Kenworthy: This is a Vote of £100,000 for the relief of the Russian famine, and in spite of the late hour I cannot allow this Vote to pass sub silentio. The Committee stage was taken on Friday. I am sorry that on this occasion the Minister of Education is not present. We had a very painful Debate, and a Debate that I would like to forget. However, we cannot forget what is going on out there, and,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Dyestuffs. (20 Mar 1922)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: ...satisfied myself with regard to the competence and impartiality of the Committee, and I am sure that if there were a general desire for such a court of appeal as he suggests, I should have many representations made to me direct from the trade. I have not yet had such representations.

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Executions. (20 Mar 1922)

Mr George Lambert: ..., 10,500 police officers, 48,500 soldier police, 12,950 landowners, 355,250 intellectuals, 193,350 workmen, 815,000 peasants, a total of 1,766,118 executions; and, if so, does he intend to make representations on this subject before the Genoa Conference?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Fish Rates. (20 Mar 1922)

Mr Thomas Tickler: Is it not the fact that the arrangement was made on account of representations by the railway companies that it would save a considerable amount of labour during the War and that the restriction could afterwards be removed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Small Holdings (Rents). (20 Mar 1922)

Sir A. BOSCAWEN: Yes, I think that is so. The matter has been left to the local authorities who are the owners of these small holdings to make representations to our Commissioners, who have full power to make abatements.

Civil Services and Revenue Departments Supplementary Estimate, 1921–22.: Miscellaneous War Services (Foreion Office). (17 Mar 1922)

Lord Robert Cecil: ...a considerable advance in public opinion compared with what existed some time ago. Many of the arguments which were formerly used have disappeared and comparatively few objections—although I do not deny their weight;—are now raised against the cause which we are advocating. It has been said there is no precedent for a grant of public money in this country for the relief of distress...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Provisional Government (Land). (16 Mar 1922)

...distributed, to those at present without land; will he say the total acreage of land recently acquired by the Provisional Government formerly the property of the British Government; and what representations does he propose to make to the Provisional Government with regard to the large area of land which has been seized by the orders of the Republican Government from the rightful owners and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Conferences (Genoa and Paris). (16 Mar 1922)

Mr John Clynes: ...the Cooperative Congress that representatives of the co-operative movement should be invited to attend the Genoa Conference in an advisory capacity; whether he is aware that the body in question is not asking for direct representation at the Conference but merely that persons connected with the co-operative movement in this country and fully conversant with the international activities of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: American Army of Occupation. (16 Mar 1922)

Mr Edward Young: If the hon. and gallant Gentleman will glance at my answer yesterday, I think he will see it was impossible for me to answer those questions until the formal representations, to which I have referred, have been made by the United States Government.

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Seamen's Unions (S.S. "camito"). (16 Mar 1922)

Mr Rhys Davies: ...of the National Sailors' and Firemen's Union to do so; under what powers the police acted in this regard; whether any protest has been made to the Bristol authorities; and whether he will make representations to stop the practice referred to?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Unfit Horses (Export). (16 Mar 1922)

Sir A. BOSCAWEN: Obviously, I have no control over the methods of slaughter. All we can do as to that is to make representations.

Business of the House. (16 Mar 1922)

Mr. CHAMBERLAIN: As the right hon. Gentleman knows, I have received urgent representations this morning of a desire to discuss the situation caused by the lock-out in the engineering trade and the action of the Government in relation thereto. If the wish for such a discussion is maintained—I understand it is still a subject matter for consideration by those immediately concerned—I shall...

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