Canlyniadau 341–358 o 358 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Martin Connolly

Orders of the Day — Adjournment of the House (Easter).: Shipbuilding and Coal Industries. ( 9 Ebr 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: I understand that the Minister of Mines will wind up the discussion, and I will only keep the House for a few minutes. I desire to continue the Debate on shipbuilding initiated by the hon. and gallant Member for Leith. The Debate has gone on somewhat controversial lines, and it will have to be continued, but I wish to turn to one non- controversial matter which has not been touched upon in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Hours of Labour. ( 1 Ebr 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: 37. asked the Minister of Labour how many workers are employed in the various industries where the normal working week is 48 hours or less; and how many workers normally work more than 48 hours per week?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Direct Labour. (26 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Has the right hon. Gentleman received the report issued by the Newcastle-on-Tyne City Council, and if so will he have a copy placed in the Library?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Direct Labour. (26 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Have you written for it, as you promised to do?

Oral Answers to Questions — Italy and Germany (Reparation Coal). (24 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Is it not a fact that the London Protocol modifies Section 9 of the Peace Treaty and the amount of the reparations and can he say what amount of reparation coal is being supplied to Italy at the present time?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Navy Estimates, 1925–26. (23 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: In rising to support the Amendment which has been moved from the Front Opposition Bench, I intend to approach this subject from two standpoints, first that of security, and secondly that of British industry. When large sums of money, whether national money or our own money, are to be expended, we first ask the question: Is the object of the expenditure necessary or not? In this case we must...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Navy Estimates, 1925–26. (23 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: We are spending this money presumably to give us security, and there is a military axiom which says that in the last resort and in the last analysis we depend upon manpower. I want to point out that the absolute source of security is in Britain's man-power, and not in naval bases. We got 5,000,000 men to go to the Continent of Europe because they were in a certain frame of mind, not because...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Navy Estimates, 1925–26. (23 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: I have spoken about the menace against which I consider we ought to protect ourselves. I will conclude my remarks by addressing the Front Bench in this sense, that, as far as this setting up of a naval base at Singapore is concerned, it is a mistake, it is a world mistake. The world wants peace, not naval bases. It wants reduction of taxation, and what great nation is going to lead the world...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Trade Facilities Act (Guarantees). (17 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether the answer he has just given would apply to a non-federated firm, and in that instance, would it not be prejudiced evidence?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Stamp Regulations. (11 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Can we have any circular in which the Minister would make tr. clear whether the applicant is necessarily debarred, if he has not stuck on the stamps from the commencement of the operation of the Act? There is some misunderstanding.

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1924–25.: Trade Facilities Bill. (10 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: In rising to support this Amendment, I want to say, first, that I have criticised the personnel of the Committee that already deals with these applications, and said that I thought that, over and above dealing with the claims that came in, they might make the facilities under this Act more widely known, especially to the smaller firms. I rise to-night to supplement the remarks that have been...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1924–25.: Trade Facilities Bill. (10 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: I will not develop further that phase of the matter. My object is to bring to the notice of this Committee things that might come under the purview of a Palicy Committee. I will now come back to the Trade Facilities Act, and I want to make a suggestion based upon the giving of these orders by British shipowners to German builders. There are many factors that enter into this matter. It is not...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1924–25.: Trade Facilities Bill. (10 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Well, Sir, I will conclude by saying that it is very difficult to know what comes within the purview of the Committee that is to be set up. I am trying to show reasons why a Policy Committee ought to be set up, and the whole industry surveyed, because it will need to be surveyed. If the differences in price between these ships that have gone to Germany are as stated it simply means this, that...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1924–25.: Trade Facilities Bill. (10 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: If the difference was only £250,000, it could not be £6 per ton on a 10,000 ton ship.

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Benefit Disallowed (New Regulations). ( 4 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: Will the right hon. Gentleman take steps to draw the attention of committees and their chairmen to the fact that there is a Central Advisory Board in London which gives advice on border-line cases, and will he have the attention of these committees drawn to the fact so that they can obtain advice?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Benefit Disallowed (New Regulations). ( 4 Maw 1925)

Mr Martin Connolly: The reason I am asking is that I know the chairman of one of the committees who is in comparative ignorance.


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