Pob 20 canlyniadau ar gyfer speaker:Colonel Rowland Burdon

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (14 Gor 1922)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: At least half of that £6,000,000 goes directly back to the country in taxes.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (14 Gor 1922)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: I did not suggest anything of the sort. The hon. Member was putting a wrong construction before the House.

Class Ii.: JARROW EXTENSION AND IMPROVEMENT BILL. (By ORDER.) (18 Mai 1922)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: I would like to add my assent very strongly to what has been said by the hon. Member for Houghton-le-Spring (Mr. E. Richardson), and the hon. Member for Chester-le-Street (Mr. Lawson). To my mind this Bill is much worse than the Bill which was before the House a day or two ago, in reference to Leeds and Bradford. There is no possibility of coming to any reasonable understanding between Jarrow...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Russian Refugees (Mitcham). (14 Gor 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been called to a letter, written by the Reverend F. North, which appeared in the Press, referring to the condition of the British refugees recently repatriated from Russia under the auspices of the Foreign Office; whether steps have been taken to find permanent subsistence and employment for them; whether the Mitcham guardians have consented...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Russian Refugees (Mitcham). (14 Gor 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: Am I to understand that the British Government is taking care of these unfortunate people whom they have brought from Russia?

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Mines Bill. (30 Meh 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: I congratulate the hon. Member who has just spoken upon his speech, because he has a good deal of technical knowledge upon this subject. I wish to make a few remarks in regard to what has been said about the danger to life amongst workers in mines. Nobody knows better than I do what the dangers of mining are, but I think it is a mistake to say that the miners are not themselves very largely...

Orders of the Day — Compensation for Subsidence Bill. (30 Ebr 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: I venture to associate myself with what has fallen from several hon. Members, and particularly the hon. Member for Ince (Mr. S. Walsh). I think the Government has treated us very badly. They know perfectly well that this is a question on which we must have a decision, and that compensation for subsidence must be given in some shape or form. It is a question of increasing importance, not only...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Home War Service (Decorations). (26 Ebr 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider whether it is possible to add a bar for this to the ordinary War medal?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Home War Service (Decorations). (26 Ebr 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that these men afterwards left the country and went to the War?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Home War Service (Decorations). (26 Ebr 1920)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: Could not a clasp be granted for this particular service?

Oral Answers to Questions — Volunteers. (29 Gor 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 35. asked the Secretary of State for War whether it is intended to give any recognition to those Volunteers who during the last two years of the War made themselves efficient in accordance with the requirements of the War Office?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Supply. (17 Gor 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 65. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he will cause to be made out and lay weekly upon the Table of the House the total output of coal from mines in the United Kingdom and the separate output for each large coalfield, with the number of men employed each week in this industry?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Supply. (17 Gor 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: Could the hon. Gentleman not give the figures for the different coalfields, because that has a great bearing on the question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Commission (Interim Report). ( 5 Meh 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 55. asked the Prime Minister whether the evidence which was given before the Coal Commission up to the date of the interim Report, and which has been in the hands of private individuals for several weeks past, can now be laid upon the Table of the House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic). ( 8 Mai 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 62. asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he is aware of the injury being done to the interests of temperance and also of the undercurrent of resentment and consequent unrest prevalent in all parts of England, Wales, and Scotland caused by the feeling among all classes that the restrictions on the sale of beer and spirits are being retained for obscure political purposes; and whether he will take...

Oral Answers to Questions — Hartlepool (Bombardment). ( 8 Ebr 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 34. asked the Secretary of State for War whether, in view of the fact that the bombardment of Hartlepool on 16th December, 1914, was only the second occasion in the history of England that a British defended port has been attacked in daylight by an enemy fleet, that this was the first occasion on which a unit of the New Army, as well as the other troops engaged, had been under fire and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Hartlepool (Bombardment). ( 8 Ebr 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: As the recognition already given does not apply to the rank and file, will the right hon. Gentleman consider if their services also cannot be recognised?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Hay. ( 8 Ebr 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: 85. asked the Food Controller whether he is aware of the great hardship caused to small dairy farmers by the present restrictions on the sale of hay, whereby the price is raised nearly 20s. per ton by fees to officials, and whether he can hold out any prospect of the abolition of these restrictions in the near future?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Hay. ( 8 Ebr 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: If I send the right hon. Gentleman the figures in question, will he look into the matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Arterial Drainage. ( 7 Ebr 1919)

Colonel Rowland Burdon: I should like to ask how much of that estimate applies to the county of Durham, and how much to the county of Northumberland?


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