Canlyniadau 1021–1039 o 1039 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Malcolm Macdonald

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Imperial Economic Conference. ( 8 Chw 1932)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I have been asked to reply. My right hon. Friend the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries is a member of the Cabinet Committee which is charged with the duty of making preparations, so far as the United Kingdom is concerned, for the Conference at Ottawa, and he is in close touch with the representative agricultural bodies. The composition of the delegation which will represent His Majesty's...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Imperial Economic Conference. ( 8 Chw 1932)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Arrangements, of course, are being made for agricultural representation in the discussions that are going on.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Imperial Economic Conference. ( 8 Chw 1932)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I should require notice of that question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: New Zealand and Belgium. ( 2 Chw 1932)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom were kept informed by His Majesty's Government in New Zealand of the progress of their negotiations with the Belgian Government in regard to this Treaty. Copies of the Treaty, which was signed in New Zealand, have not yet been received from Wellington.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Cream. (11 Rha 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The Empire Marketing Board are always glad to take advantage of suitable opportunities for calling attention to the excellence of Home produce. If the hon. and gallant Member will send my right hon. Friend particulars of the evidence on which the statement contained in his question is based, he will be happy to consider the matter further.

Preamble. (24 Tach 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read the Third time." This is, as everyone recognises, a Measure of the greatest importance in our Imperial history. It deserved the most careful attention, the most scrupulous examination and the most thorough discussion during the Committee stage. Be- cause of its importance, my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State, and my hon. and learned Friend the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Dominions (Ministers' Visits). (16 Tach 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The information asked for will take a little time to collect, and my right hon. Friend will, with the permission of the House, circulate it with the Votes later.

Oral Answers to Questions — Bechuanaland.: Masarava Tribe. (22 Med 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: No, Sir.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Empire Marketing Board. (15 Med 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The Empire Marketing Board have been for some months carefully restricting their commitments in this as in other fields. They have by this means so far avoided, pending a careful review of their present situation, the need for cancelling any definite orders for posters.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Empire Marketing Board. (15 Med 1931)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: This matter, no doubt, will be considered.

Empire Trade. (27 Tach 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: There have been two speeches from right hon. Gentlemen opposite in support of this Motion of Censure upon the Government. The first has been very aptly described as a speech of censure upon Mr. Cobden. The second might, I think, be described equally aptly as a censure upon the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Darwen (Sir H. Samuel). If I may say so with respect, that censure seemed rather...

Empire Trade. (27 Tach 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: At any rate, they have a very good spokesman in my hon. Friend. The United Kingdom Government did not even leave the question there. They said: "Because we cannot put taxation upon these things which you want to import into our market, it does not mean to say that preferences cannot exist for these things." The United Kingdom Government also said: "There are various ether ways by which a...

Russia. ( 6 Meh 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The hon. and gallant Gentleman who has just spoken will not expect me to follow him in his speech. He has addressed certain specific questions to the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and no doubt he will receive very decisive and effective answers. It is a thousand pities that this question cannot be considered by many hon. Members opposite without a great deal of prejudice....

Russia. ( 6 Meh 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am not discussing that now. The detestation of hon. Members opposite of these principles will not permit them to come to a cool judgment as to what our policy towards Russia should be. We had a classic example of how prejudice warps their view in the speech of the hon. Member for Handsworth (Commander Locker-Lampson) this morning. He built up a case for the breaking off of diplomatic...

London Naval Conference. (15 Mai 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think we all recognise, when we are reminded of the fact, that the Treaty which we are discussing has much greater significance than the details which have been the subject of Debate. There may be room for controversy about the 91,000 tons of replacement of cruisers, and about two or three of the other details, but those are very few details in a Treaty which is a mass of details, and I...

Orders of the Day — HOUSING (No. 2) BILL. ( 7 Ebr 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I beg that indulgence which the House has never failed to grant to a maiden speech; and I need it especially, because I come into this House and find a certain family reputation already established which my halting speech must not entirely disgrace. I am happy that in this situation I have the particular sympathy of the hon. Lady the Member for Anglesey (Miss Lloyd George) who, if I may be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Religious Situation. (12 Maw 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, in a letter to the "Times" yesterday, the Anglican Bishop for Central Europe stated that with the permission of the Soviet Government the Anglican chaplain is holding services at Moscow and Leningrad and will continue to do so?

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Religious Situation. (19 Chw 1930)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Is my right hon. Friend aware that just two months ago I worshipped peacefully with 1,000 other people in the Cathedral of the Redeemer in Moscow?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Leaving Age and Maintenance Grants (Government Decision). (18 Gor 1929)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: 73. asked the President of the Board of Education whether, in view of the fact that local authorities are now engaged in preparing their education programmes for the next three years, he is yet in a position to state whether the Government intends to raise the school-leaving age; and, if the Government has such an intention, will he announce the date on which that Measure will take effect?


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