Canlyniadau 141–160 o 358 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Martin Connolly

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Admiralty. (20 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Is the hon. and gallant Gentleman aware that the total figures of the Admiralty Office are never given in the Navy Estimates, and is he aware that it is necessary to go through pages of figures before an intelligent comparison can be made between one year and another; and will he see that these figures are put in the same way as other Departments deal with them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Newfoundland Power and Paper Company. (19 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether the sale is complete or not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade Facilities Act.: Newfoundland Power and Paper Company. (14 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Seeing that the sale is now nearing completion, cannot the Government say whether they anticipate any loss, and, if so, what that loss would be?

(Class 2.): Foreign Office. (11 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: I have been very interested in the remarks which have been made by the hon. Member for North West Camberwell (Mr. Campbell), who generally deals with these questions in a practical manner. I hope I shall be able to deal with this subject in a practical way. By way of supplementing the remarks which have been made by the hon. Member for East Middlesbrough (Miss Wilkinson), I would like to draw...

(Class 2.): Foreign Office. (11 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: I am discussing the question of the expense of the Navy, and I am trying to show that that expenditure is not justified.

(Class 2.): Foreign Office. (11 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Surely a question as to the amount of money which is being spent on the armaments of the country is in order?

(Class 2.): Foreign Office. (11 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Our supposed preparedness for war is not really preparedness at all. If we take our own country and compare it with Germany, our preparedness before the last War counted for nothing, because Germany on land was supposed to be invincible. Of course, if preparedness was the only thing that was required, Britain was invincible on the sea before the last War. I hold that the War proved that...

(Class 2.): Foreign Office. (11 Gor 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: But we keep on manufacturing gas and improving the methods of producing it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Newfoundland (Cornerbrook Timber Sale). (28 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: May I ask whether the Government have been called upon to meet any of the loss under the Trade Guarantee, and, alternatively, if the sale is not completed, will they be called upon to do so?

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill. (23 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Chance of coming back! [Interruption.]

The Workers' Charter of Freedom.: Protecting British Democracy. (22 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: What about the right hon. Member's own trade union—the lawyers?

The Workers' Charter of Freedom.: Clause 5. — (Regulations as to organisa- tions of which established civil ser- vants may be members.) (22 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: The Clause says, "the said regulations." Three sets of regulations are mentioned in the Clause. In the first part you have "the regulations"; then you have "the inclusive regulations," and further on you find "the regulations made in compliance with the provisions" etc. Does the phrase "said regulations" cover the whole of the regulations or only those made to comply with the Bill?

The Workers' Charter of Freedom.: Clause 5. — (Regulations as to organisa- tions of which established civil ser- vants may be members.) (22 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: The speech of the hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Moss Side (Mr. Hurst) to which we have just listened is an illustration of how far the Tories will go in their ardent admiration of nationalisation when they see it in operation. The hon. and learned Member has said that, in his opinion, the majority of the Post Office employés are not Socialists. I do not know whether he is right...

The Workers' Charter of Freedom.: Clause 5. — (Regulations as to organisa- tions of which established civil ser- vants may be members.) (22 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: With regard to the meeting upstairs, all I want to say is that what the hon. and learned Member for Norwood (Sir W. Greaves-Lord) has stated is not a proved fact. It is only a difference of opinion between the hon. and learned Member and the people upstairs. He is begging the quustion.

The Workers' Charter of Freedom.: Clause 5. — (Regulations as to organisa- tions of which established civil ser- vants may be members.) (22 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman whether he can give us a definition of "permanent service, which was the third point I put to him?

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Illegal Strikes and Lock-outs.) (21 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: I would like the Attorney-General to say whether men working in an occupation under a private employer are to be regarded as being employed in the same trade and industry as men in the employ of His Majesty's Government.

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Illegal strikes and lock-outs.) (20 Meh 1927)

Mr Martin Connolly: Can the right hon. Gentleman say how this Clause will affect artisans in the Royal Dockyards who belong to outside societies? The position is not clear.


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