Canlyniadau 21–40 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (20 Mai 1953)

Mr George Porter: I was merely endeavouring to point out that the considerations which determined the concession for county cricket also apply to Rugby football. If I am out of order in developing that point I am sorry, because it is the whole purpose of the Amendment and it was the basis upon which all the speeches have been made this afternoon. Friends and colleagues of mine who happen to have been to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Building Progress (12 Mai 1953)

Mr George Porter: Does the right hon. Gentleman agree that he is in a false position when he claims credit for the number of houses under construction, and at the same time he is telling people that the lack of homes is because building materials are not available?

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government and Planning: Contracts (Circular) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Is the right hon. Gentleman in a position to assure the House that the change proposed by this Circular will in no way interfere with the operation of the fair wages resolution?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Research Department (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Works to what extent the building trade employers are now taking full advantage of the work of the Building Research Department.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Research Department (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Is the Minister aware that for at least the last 50 years it has been acknowledged by the people concerned that the industry has never taken advantage of possible developments? Is he aware that only as far back as last August a noble Lord in another place drew attention to the fact that the building industry was not taking advantage of these improvements? Is it not a fact that it is because...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Works the estimated reduction in costings in the building trade in general and housebuilding in particular in the last 12 months.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, on the subject of this Question, his hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Housing and Local Government said at Norwich a little while ago: … the building industry may easily find itself in a tough spot, because prices are too high"? The hon. Gentleman then went on to say—

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: How many Speakers are there in this House, Mr. Speaker?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: I thought that if I was getting out of order it would be your responsibility, Mr. Speaker, to tell me and not that of hon. Members opposite. The point which I wanted to make was this. [HON. MEMBERS: "Question."] The same hon. Gentleman has said that, To keep the industry healthy … rising costs must be brought down. Can it be done? Yes, if the building industry and the building materials...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Works what reductions have been made in the cost of bricks, timber, light castings and cement used in house building during the last 12 months.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Trade (Costs) (24 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Will the right hon. Gentleman agree that the replies which he has given me show what little there was in the case put forward at the General Election that if hon. Members opposite were returned to power they would bring prices and the cost of living down? Is he aware that the prices of these things enter into the cost of living and that the Government have not brought them down?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Merchant Seamen (12 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Labour how many merchant seamen are registered with his Department for seagoing employment; what steps he takes to overcome difficulties in recruitment; and, in this connection, what have been the results of the inquiries made into the case of Mr. J. Wesley, details of which have been sent to him.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Merchant Seamen (12 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: In regard to the case of Mr. Wesley, has the right hon. and learned Gentleman any comment to make in regard to the form which was sent to him turning down his application? Since the filling in of part of that form has now been found to be a forgery—from the point of view of the Shipping Federation and my constituent it must have occurred between their two geographical situations—will the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Merchant Seamen (12 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman have a further conference with the Ministry of Transport in view of the developments which have taken place outside this Chamber, and does he not agree that people who commit dastardly actions of this kind. exploiting the colour bar and race hatred in this country for pseudo-political purposes, ought to be brought to justice?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments: Administrative Costs (Reduction) ( 5 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Will the Minister agree that, apart from the developments he has already enumerated, during the last few months there has been a considerable increase in the employment of clerks in the employment exchanges because of the increase in unemployment in the last 12 months?

Oral Answers to Questions — Furnishing Firms (Trading Activities) ( 2 Maw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Does not the hon. and learned Gentleman agree that one of the results of this inquiry has been to interfere with the possibility of ordinary salesmen, working-class chaps, who work for these firms, receiving the increased commission which automatically they would have received through the winter sales? Is he not aware that such winter sales were not conducted by the firms because of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Catering and Hotel Workers, South Coast (26 Chw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Can the right hon. Gentleman tell the House what is the convenient date for these persons to be out of work?

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Crime Bill (26 Chw 1953)

Mr George Porter: Not being a lawyer and speaking purely as a layman, I think there is some relevance in the opinion expressed about the importance of the circumstances in which a person is found carrying such articles.

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Crime Bill (26 Chw 1953)

Mr George Porter: How are we to find out if he has such a thing?

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: In view of what the right hon. Gentleman has said—that he will get £8 million under the new scheme by comparison with £5 million under the old scheme—and in view of the reduction which is to be made in the tax on higher grade furniture, which will reduce the yield of the tax, is it not clear that he will receive all this additional tax from the middle class type of furniture, which is...


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