Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1450 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Reginald Fletcher

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Domestic Supplies. (10 Meh 1941)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: In connection with the admitted shortage of coal in Warwickshire, has my hon. Friend had under consideration the fact that the Tam-worth Colliery may shortly be closed down, with a loss of 200,000 tons per annum, and will he take steps to prevent it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Domestic Supplies. (10 Meh 1941)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: Is it not the case that the week chosen, that in Question No. 2, is an unfortunate one, from which no accurate general conclusions can be drawn? Should not a distinction be drawn between voluntary and involuntary absenteeism, and is it not a fact that otherwise no accurate conclusions can be drawn?

Oral Answers to Questions — Sir Robert Vansittart. ( 8 Ebr 1941)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: Has any evidence whatsoever come to the Government bearing out the statement that damage has been done?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Censorship (Newspaper Article). (21 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Prime Minister why it was decided to censor an article written by the late Secretary of State for War upon the issue of giving help to Finland; and whether the decision to censor was taken upon matters of fact or expressions of opinion contained in the article?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Censorship (Newspaper Article). (21 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: Does it not appear from that answer that the writer of the article was asked to delete his own views, although they were unobjectionable, and to substitute for them the views of His Majesty's Government; and is it not a very strange form of censorship under which the Government say to a writer that they cannot allow his own views to appear but that they will be very glad to avail themselves...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Shipping Control. (14 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Minister of Shipping whether merchant ships built under the Government scheme and transferred to the control of his Ministry will be managed by him as regards conditions of service of officers and men employed in the ships?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Shipping Control. (14 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: May I ask the hon. Gentleman whether it does not follow from that reply that the Ministry of Shipping may not only be in control of such ships, but that it will have no power to alter unsatisfactory conditions of officers and men serving in these ships.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Shipping Control. (14 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: In view of the importance of this Question, I beg to give notice that I shall raise it on the Adjournment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Ceylon (Pilot Service). (14 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies on what grounds Mr. P. F. Trade well has been transferred from pilot age duties at Colombo to Galle; whether he has suffered any diminution of income thereby; and whether the appointment to Galle is in consonance with the seniority of Mr. Tradewell in the pilot service?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: War at Sea (German Policy). (14 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Prime Minister whether he will publish a White Paper on the conduct of the war at sea by Germany against British and neutral merchant shipping, and against lightships and their crews, in order that the world may be fully informed of the inhumanity which is being practised?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Merchant Shipbuilding and Repairs. ( 7 Chw 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: Will the ships which are transferred to the Ministry of Shipping be subsequently managed in all respects by the Ministry of Shipping?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Restaurants and Hotels. (23 Ion 1940)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Secretary of State for War what action he is taking in cases reported to him of military authorities issuing instructions forbidding the serving of meals to privates in the same restaurants or hotel rooms used by officers?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (30 Tach 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: I sympathise deeply with the hon. Member for Norwich (Mr. H. Strauss) on the fact that he finds himself under the necessity of agreeing very largely with my hon. Friend the Member for Bishop Auckland (Mr. Dalton). I know how much it hurts to agree with an opponent and I hope he may never find himself in the position of having to agree with anything which he finds in the "New Statesman"...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (30 Tach 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: I should like to know, however, how far the right of secession, which exercised the hon. Member's mind so much, is enjoyed by the supporters of the National Government. It seems to me that the Patronage Secretary is extremely competent to deal with any such attempts, and when we federate the States of Europe, no doubt he will be able to deal with them there also. I understood from the hon....

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (30 Tach 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: I think it is an inference which could fairly be drawn from the quotation which the hon. Member gave, that if the German people choose a Government which was acceptable to the Conservative party, then apparently the war would cease because in that case we should have no quarrel with the German people. I do not propose to say anything about the Treaty of Versailles. I spent three years of my...

Ministry of Shipping. (14 Tach 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: One can recall, in connection with amateur performances of Gilbert and Sullivan operas, the embarrassing position which was sometimes created on the last night if the leading lady received fewer bouquets than some of the other ladies in the cast, with the result that a certain heat and friction developed. I trust that a similar situation will not be created in the Ministry of Shipping, but I...

Transport Policy. ( 7 Tach 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: I should like to ask the Parliamentary Secretary whether, as regards the transport of workers to and from their homes, his attention has been called to the question of the tram services in the East End of London at the present time. It happens that on several occasions recently I have had to come up to London along the whole length of the Commercial Road, .at a time when the workers were...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (28 Gor 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: The hon. Baronet the Member for Barnstaple (Sir R. Acland) in the course of his speech said he hoped the staff of the new department would spend their time banging their tables. I hope they will do nothing of the sort, because if they do they will certainly not advance our cause, they will not impress Herr Hitler, and, what is even worse, they will disturb the sabbatical calm of the Foreign...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (28 Gor 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: I do not wish to express a final opinion at all. I am perhaps a little alarmed by some applause which I am receiving from a quarter which makes me think I am possibly on the wrong track in what I have said. But I feel that perhaps the sensation of receiving a letter which has been smuggled into the country and contains comments, however true, on its policy might cause a reaction among even...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: His Majesty's Submarine "thetis." (26 Gor 1939)

Mr Reginald Fletcher: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty whether he has any statement to make on the progress of the attempts to salve the "Thetis"?


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