Canlyniadau 181–200 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Restrictive Trade Practices (19 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that a new restrictive practice is now being introduced by the ship-repairing employers on Merseyside by withdrawing the production bonus paid to the workers in that industry?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill (19 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: If the hon. Gentleman never goes to the pictures and objects to dances has he any vices at all?

Orders of the Day — Postponed Clause. — (Provision of Entertainment.) (19 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order, Mr. Bowles. Is it in Order to discuss the possibility of taking out this, that or the other from the Amendment?

Orders of the Day — Postponed Clause. — (Provision of Entertainment.) (19 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: I would like your guidance, Mr. Bowles. In view of the decision on a previous Amendment about the "provision of entertainment of any nature," is this Amendment in Order?

Orders of the Day — Postponed Clause. — (Provision of Entertainment.) (19 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: Can the right hon. Gentleman explain why this should now come up an this Bill, in view of the fact that we met this position in the Civic Restaurants Act.

Orders of the Day — Presentation of the People Bill (17 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: If a man is a citizen first, is not a student a citizen first? Does it not follow that he requires only one vote?

Oral Answers to Questions — Armed Forces: Non-Military Stores, Palestine (Disposal) ( 4 Chw 1948)

Mr George Porter: Is my right hon. Friend aware that arms and ammunition are being transferred to Arabs who are actively participating in hostilities in the Palestine area?

Disclosure of Confidential Information (10 Rha 1947)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order. Is the right hon. Gentleman in Order in discussing matters that are relevant to a charge which was made against a Member, and not in regard to a person to whom the Motion refers, namely, the person responsible for offering payment?

Registration for Employment Order ( 3 Rha 1947)

Mr George Porter: Or people with long noses.

Orders of the Day — Burma Independence Bill ( 5 Tach 1947)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order. Is it in Order for the noble Lord, who himself claimed the protection of the Chair, not to extend to my right hon. and learned Friend the very courtesy for which he asked?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mufti of Jerusalem (27 Hyd 1947)

Mr George Porter: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any representations have been made to the Egyptian Government regarding the departure of the Ex-Mufti of Jerusalem from that country to Beirut, to take part in the political activities of the Arab League.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mufti of Jerusalem (27 Hyd 1947)

Mr George Porter: Is my hon. Friend not in agreement that the action taken up with the Egyptian Government in regard to this individual was very belated? Is he aware that I put down a Question when he was on French soil and he could then have been taken into custody and treated as an ordinary enemy alien?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mufti of Jerusalem (27 Hyd 1947)

Mr George Porter: Is my hon. Friend aware that when I asked my previous Question regarding this man, I was told that he could not be traced, although I stated that my information was that he was on French soil?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Clothing Coupons (10 Meh 1947)

Mr George Porter: asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is now in a position to state when the supplementary coupons will be issued to Service ranks discharged since January, 1946.

Housewives (Domestic Supplies). (23 Mai 1947)

Mr George Porter: Is the Minister suggesting that they were prepared to waste china clay, so as not to waste drying room in the kiln?

Housewives (Domestic Supplies). (23 Mai 1947)

Mr George Porter: Why waste labour and materials? They have to mould in the same materials.

Legacy and Succession Duties: Charge of Additional Duty (23 Ebr 1947)

Mr George Porter: Further to that point of Order. Is the noble Lord in Order, Sir, when he accuses hon. Members on this side of the House of passing the increase in the Prime Minister's salary, when in fact, the House was responsible?

Orders of the Day — Civic Restaurants Bill (28 Tach 1946)

Mr George Porter: Is not the hon. Member developing an entirely erroneous thesis? The first people entitled to milk are the priority people. The hon. Member is therefore arguing upon a wrong assumption, and his argument falls to the ground.

Production (21 Tach 1946)

Mr George Porter: Before the hon. Gentleman leaves the point about shipping, may I ask, Does he not know that, in this country, when ships were being built on the Clyde by free enterprise, work had to be stopped until the Government came to the rescue of free enterprise?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (15 Tach 1946)

Mr George Porter: Sir Ben Smith is not one of the nine men.


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