Canlyniadau 1–20 o 86 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Frank Varley

Orders of the Day — Racecourse Betting Bill.: Clause 1. — (Betting Act, 1853, not to apply to racecourses.) ( 6 Gor 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: Will the hon. Member explain from what document he is reading?

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE TRAMWAYS (TROLLEY VEHICLES, Etc.) BILL [Lords] (By Order). ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: I beg to second the Amendment. I do so on the broad general principle that this House should never grant a monopoly to anybody without public safeguards, and so far as I am able to understand the Bill, I do not see that it gives those safeguards. There are other matters upon which this House should be better informed before granting extended powers to this company. I happened to be, in 1913,...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE TRAMWAYS (TROLLEY VEHICLES, Etc.) BILL [Lords] (By Order). ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: Very probably the hon. Member for Hulme (Sir J. Nail) would be able to draw the distinction, but I cannot.

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE TRAMWAYS (TROLLEY VEHICLES, Etc.) BILL [Lords] (By Order). ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: The explanation accentuates my difficulty in drawing the distinction, and whether or not there be a distinction, the persons involved are the same, on his own admission, but inasmuch as he says that the shareholders are different, and presumably the management of the two companies also is different, I will not pursue that line of argument. What I do say is that if the persons were the same,...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE TRAMWAYS (TROLLEY VEHICLES, Etc.) BILL [Lords] (By Order). ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: What is the position of the present operators under this Bill? Are they to be thrown off the road?

Orders of the Day — Shops (Hours of Closing) Bill: First Schedule. — (Transactions not prevented by this Act or by Closing Orders made under the Principal Act.) (29 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: I hope that this Amendment will be resisted, and, if for no higher reason, for a purely personal one. Previous speakers have said that the demand has been satisfied, but I have not yet discovered a machine that will supply me with my customary brand of tobacco, and I must confess that I have a distaste for cigarettes. I have been able to obtain it in the public-house hitherto, and I have had...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 4. — (Duties, drawbacks and allowances on sugar.) (26 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: It is a mere coincidence that the shares may have gone up.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 8. — (Customs duty on buttons.) (26 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: As a humble back bencher who is more or less silent, perhaps I may say a few words on this, and like the hon. Member for Moseley (Mr. Hannon) claim to address those on the other side as fellow-working men. I want to make an appeal that, at any rate, before this imposition is levied, we shall refer the matter back to the committee so that their conclusions may be made a little more convincing....

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1928.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (21 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: Before the right hon. Gentleman passes away from the question of selling agencies: Charges are being made from these benches, and generalisations are being made, about the effect of the so-called Six Counties Scheme. When the right hon. Gentleman's colleague made the initial speech in this Debate, he referred to the statistical branch of the Mines Department. Have not this statistical branch...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1928.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (21 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: I am not going to deal with the economic side of this question for the reason that I have assured myself that if oratory, indignation, or exhortation could have moved the Government it would have been moved long ago. I feel sure that neither death nor dynamite will move the Government on this question, and for that reason I am going to leave the question there. The Government are not their...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1928.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (21 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: I did seriously wonder, when I listened to the hon. and gallant Gentleman's speech, what his Department had to do with it. I heard something about health and safety. Health, at any rate, has been interpreted to mean, since you took welfare work under your wing, the general well-being of the men. That is something more than merely physical. It may be mental. I should think anything that is...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1928.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (21 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: I did not say that. I said I expect the Minister will tell me it is the business of the Home Office.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1928.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (21 Meh 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: At any rate, we agree on that, and because of that I leave it there. I certainly have no wish to trespass. If we had all rigidly adhered to the Rules of Debate, and had accepted the hon. and gallant Gentleman's definition of his functions, we should have been cleared out of the Chamber many hours ago, because there would be nothing to talk about. We will leave that, and I will talk for a...

Orders of the Day — Class Vii: Labour and Health Buildings, Great Britain. ( 2 Ebr 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: May I ask a question as to an item on page 23 for the purchase of a site for the erection of a building—£8,050—of which only £720 will be required before 31st March of this year and £4,000 is asked for, leaving a balance of £3,300. Is that an indication that at Mansfield, where of all places expedition in the building of this place is necessary, with the rapid growth of the...

Orders of the Day — Coal Mines Bill. (23 Maw 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: A part of that reduction is due to the increased working time, but another part is due to decreased wages.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: MR. Bridgeman's Statement. (15 Maw 1928)

Mr Frank Varley: In Samoa?

Orders of the Day — LANDLORD AND TENANT (No. 2) BILL. (21 Rha 1927)

Mr Frank Varley: The tribunal has now become the County Court.

Orders of the Day — Government and Coal Industry. ( 7 Rha 1927)

Mr Frank Varley: Nonsense!

Orders of the Day — Government and Coal Industry. ( 7 Rha 1927)

Mr Frank Varley: The inference is that the German coal industry has made more profits than the British coal industry in the last few years. To that I say Nonsense.


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