Canlyniadau 41–60 o 358 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Martin Connolly

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Diplomatic Service) [Money]. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I want to continue the point which was raised by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Ross and Cromarty (Mr. Macpherson). I raised this question two years ago, and the Financial Secretary, in reply, said that this question of a blind-alley occupation in the Diplomatic Service was causing the Government deep anxiety, and they promised, two years ago, to give it consideration. I am glad to...

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Diplomatic Service) [Money]. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am taking the Financial Secretary back to his own answer to me on the 9th November, 1926, when I brought this matter before him. The question is whether anything is going to be done, in the Consular Service in Europe, to make employment in the Diplomatic Service something other than a blind-alley occupation. The admission was made that that was causing the Government anxiety, and that it...

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Diplomatic Service) [Money]. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am speaking of the personnel at the consulates—people who are debarred from coming under the superannuation scheme at all, or were up to 1926, at any rate.

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Diplomatic Service) [Money]. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am speaking of the personnel at consulates on the near coast of Europe. I may be under a misapprehension, but I was not under a misapprehension two years ago, in 1926, and, if necessary, I will refer to the OFFICIAL REPORT, which I have here, in order to bring back to the Financial Secretary his own answer to my question.

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Diplomatic Service) [Money]. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: That is exactly the point that I am bringing forward, that they have not the opportunity, which they ought to have, of belonging to the Civil Service. I would remind the Financial Secretary of the form in which I raised the matter. I raised it, first of all, on the question of the currency. These employés at the Consulate, who ought to be civil servants, were being paid not at sterling...

Orders of the Day — Overseas Trade [Guarantees]. (19 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I want, first of all, to congratulate the Secretary to the Overseas Trade Department on getting the period of operation of this scheme extended. On the last occasion when I raised this matter in the House, his answer was that there would be no extension of the period of the scheme beyond September of next year, but the Prime Minister announced a little later, in July, that there was to be an...

Orders of the Day — Overseas Trade [Guarantees]. (19 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Has the hon. Gentleman anything to say with regard to Russian trade?

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill. (15 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: There are 8,000 in Newcastle alone.

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill. (15 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I have heard your ruling, Mr. Speaker, and I ask you to note that this Bill is based upon a miscalculation in regard to what the requirements under the Act of 1927 should be, and I would respectfully suggest that you might allow us a little latitude, within your discretion, so that we can show the relationship of these two things. I want to follow the point raised by the hon. Member for...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill. (15 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I want to argue that the Minister is saving by a process of depriving men of their benefit. Would that not be in order on this Bill?

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill. (15 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: The sum involved is minute in comparison with the £10,000,000, but to unemployed men it is very important. I put a ease to the Minister where for 11 solid months a man had been deprived—

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill. (15 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I will take the opportunity of raising the matter on the Estimates—the hardships inflicted upon men of 65 years of age who have no means of proving their age and are now deprived of benefit. I will close by saying that I believe this question of unemployment has now got beyond all national control, and that we shall have to settle our unemployment question by the means advocated here...

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries. (14 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Do I understand that the hon. and learned Member would make his support of Safeguarding conditional upon that? It is a very important proviso, and has already been adopted in the Free State and the Australian Commonwealth.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rating Relief.: Coal Industry. ( 8 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: May I ask if this subject can be re-opened when the Bill to be introduced by the Minister of Health this month is considered?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. ( 7 Tach 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: There is one item in the King's Speech to which the Prime Minister did not refer and to which, as far as I know, no other Member in this Debate has referred. I regard it as very important, and seeing that we have the benefit of the Prime Minister's presence, I will draw his attention to it. This is the statement: Proposals for extending the Export Credits Guarantee Scheme for a further period...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Home Office. (11 Gor 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: Do you think that as a medical man?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Home Office. (11 Gor 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I wish to refer to the new draft regulations which are about to be issued by the Home Office, one of which has already been the subject of an interview between the Deputy Chief Inspector and myself in reference to the use of the oxy-acetylene welding machine in ships and elsewhere. This question arises out of a fatal accident which occurred on the Mersey in the time of the hon. and gallant...

Orders of the Day — Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Definition of Industrial Hereditaments.) ( 4 Gor 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I wish to raise a point arising out of the answer given by the Parliamentary Secretary to the hon. and learned Member for South Shields (Mr. Harney). The hon. Member for Devonport (Mr. Hore-Belisha) raised the question of the Royal dockyards and said that while they were to get no relief private shipbuilding establishments would receive relief to the extent of about 75 per cent. of their...

Orders of the Day — Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill. (Allocation of Time.) (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Martin Connolly: I want to add my appeal to what has been said to the Minister to withdraw his Amendment, and accept the Amendment in the name of the hon. Member for Mile End (Mr. Scurr) and of the hon. Member for Leith (Mr. E. Brown) to extend the time to five days. Not so much because I want to speak on the Bill, as because I want to hear the Minister—and it is very necessary that I should hear him—on...


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