Canlyniadau 21–40 o 358 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Martin Connolly

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimate, 1928.: Class IX. (20 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: The Noble Lord has been very lucid and understandable, but there are two points which he has left obscure. One of these points was raised by my hon. Friend the Member for King's Norton (Mr. Dennison), and it is very desirable that we should have an answer. The question is: What is and what is not a depressed area? The Noble Lord has left this point obscure. He has mentioned Newcastle as being...

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimate, 1928.: Class IX. (20 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: The Debate has ranged over a very wide field and although I thought that you would call me to order when I touched the subject of de-rating, I did want to point out a grievance of the shipbuilders and engineers. They see cheaper coal going abroad; it is to be cheaper still, and the same advantage is denied them. Further, under the Act of last year, that is the Rating and Valuation Act, which...

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimate, 1928.: Class IX. (20 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: We are discussing, and have been discussing unemployment; we are discussing, and have been discussing how to help employment, and I am suggesting that certain powers under the present Act might be extended.

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimate, 1928.: Class IX. (20 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I only wanted to say in what ways, practical ways, industry might be helped, but apparently, the Rules of the House, if I may be permitted to say so, prevent one doing so in a, way which would be helpful.

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Benefit Claims (Waiting Period). (12 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: 27. asked the Minister of Labour whether it is in accordance with his instructions that men who have been disqualified from drawing unemployment benefit for a period of six weeks are compelled to sign for a further six days' waiting period without benefit, the claim being treated as a new one; and, if not, will he issue instructions for this practice to be discontinued?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Load Line. (11 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: 10. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether the Government contemplates imposing more severe penalties for violation of the load-line rules; and, if so, will consideration be given to the point of view that it is the owners rather than shipmasters who are generally responsible for overloading, and that a fine commensurate with the offence, with or without imprisonment, would act as...

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government and Rating.: Private Mineral Railways. (11 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Do the Government favour a readjustment by agreement between the whole of the coal-owners concerned, and will the Government take steps towards this end?

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government and Rating.: Private Mineral Railways. (11 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: But would the Government take a lead in a matter of this kind?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Construction. ( 5 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: 15. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether he is aware that out of a total of 202,000 insured workers in the shipbuilding industry in England, Scotland, and Wales, 67,000 are unemployed, or 33 per cent.; that on the North-East Coast of England 43 per cent. are out of work; and whether, having regard to these figures, the Admiralty intend to expedite in any way the naval programme, so...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Transfer of Workers (Newcastle-Tjpon- Tyne). ( 5 Rha 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: 23. asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that Newcastle-upon-Tyne has not been included in the latest schedule of distressed areas for the benefits under the provisions of Circular E.D.L. 6, for men removing to employment out of their own districts; is he aware that there are i7,927 registered unemployed in Newcastle in a total population of 280,000; that the number of unemployed...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill. (26 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: How many men are there?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Not all of them.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: The scope of the Debate has been fairly wide, but it has come back again and again to the narrow issue as to whether this Estimate is going to include a provision, or at least whether the Minister is going to give an undertaking, that private mineral railways shall be brought under the provisions of last Session's Act. It is to the Minister's main argument that I propose to direct my remarks....

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: The hon. and gallant Gentleman did not say that literally, but that is what he meant. I take this opportunity of giving him the figures which have been drawn up by the experts. The proposal at present is estimated to bring a rebate of 5.75d., and if the private mineral railways are brought in it will be 5.7d. or a difference of slightly less than one-fifth of a penny per ton. Those are the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I dissociate myself from the de-rating provisions of both the Act and the Bill, and I want to say that which has perhaps been said in another way from these benches and from the other benches. As far as the whole of these proposals are concerned, including the Estimate we are asked to put through to-night, they will have little or no effect in benefiting industry generally. I am thinking of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Yes, the right hon. and gallant Gentleman compared 1½d. with 4d. and said that the private railways would be to that extent better off even after the users of the public railways received the full rebate under the provisions of the Act. That would be a very good argument if we were discussing excessive railway rates. If this Estimate was for the purpose of giving relief to the users of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: My experience of this House is very limited in comparison with your's, Mr. Chairman, but I have always thought that before a Bill authorising expenditure of public money is introduced something in the way of a Money Resolution is necessary. The point I wish to put is this: Will this be looked upon as a Money Resolution to cover a provision to be embodied in an Amendment to be brought in in...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Railway Freight Rebates. (22 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am glad to have your advice upon that matter, because I think that the Government view is entirely out. Our concern on these benches is not for vested interests either one side or the other. We believe sincerely that the de-rating proposals of the Government will not bring employment. We are assured by those who are in a position to know—I have been assured by the Manager of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Inter-Allied Debts and Eparations. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Are the Government thinking of a basis of discussion for the settlement of the Russian debt, or is it the intention of the Government to wipe out that debt?

Oral Answers to Questions — Inter-Allied Debts and Eparations. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am asking if the Government are seeking a basis of discussion for the settlement of the debt?


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