Canlyniadau 41–60 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: rose—

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: Can the hon. Gentleman say what is the final test on an armchair before it is approved? Is not the final test that of an ordinary person using the chair in an ordinary manner as anyone would?

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: The point I was making—and I should like to emphasise it—is that all the tests to which the hon. Gentleman referred are not tests for chairs. They are tests for those parts which go to make up a chair. My hon. Friend the Member for Coventry, South was referring to the test of a chair. The test of that chair was that of a person sitting on it.

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: In rising to take part in this debate, I am aware that there is very little I can say that has not already been said. My only purpose in speaking is to give emphasis to some of those things. I speak as a member of the organised workers' side of the furniture industry. I do not wish to deal with the financial aspect, except to say that the statements made by Her Majesty's Government on 30th...

Furniture (D Scheme) (21 Ion 1953)

Mr George Porter: Yes, in kitchens and even in the living rooms where families were trying to live. The women helped the men under conditions which meant that at the end of the week they had to take the finished articles on a handcart from shop to shop to find a buyer before they could get their wages. The men in the industry will not agree to return to such conditions. They remember what it meant to them to...

N.a.T.O. (Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean) (16 Rha 1952)

Mr George Porter: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Can you say under what circumstances the representatives on the Government Front Bench are entitled to arrogate to themselves your responsibilities and your entitlements and tell one of their own Members to sit down?

N.a.T.O. (Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean) (16 Rha 1952)

Mr George Porter: Further to that point of order. I am not suggesting that it is a question of one or two questions. You are entitled, Sir, to suggest that to him, and not Members of the Front Bench.

Chairman of Ways and Means (Conduct) ( 8 Rha 1952)

Mr George Porter: Does the hon. Member remember the occasion on which he and his friends held this House all night till six o'clock in the morning on six Prayers, that he refused to vote on any of them, and that the only way the House could get a vote was when the Government appointed Tellers for both sides?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence: Recruitment ( 4 Rha 1952)

Mr George Porter: Does not the right hon. and learned Gentleman agree that the meeting to which he referred would have been more successful if the platform had been more representative of the people interested in Civil Defence, and if representatives of experts on this side had been on the platform instead of having a completely party organisation?

Transport Bill (Allocation of Time) (24 Tach 1952)

Mr George Porter: S and Z Amendments.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Tobacco Imports (30 Hyd 1952)

Mr George Porter: In considering this question, will the right hon. Gentleman give a little consideration to the tastes of those people who smoke the tobacco?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Workers (28 Hyd 1952)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Works the number of workers employed in building at the last available date; what percentage was employed on house-building; and what were the comparative figures for 1951 and 1950.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Building Industry (28 Hyd 1952)

Mr George Porter: ,—TO ask the Minister of Labour the number of unemployed workers in the building industry at the last available date; and what percentage were craftsmen.

Orders of the Day — Licensed Premises in New Towns Bill (15 Hyd 1952)

Mr George Porter: There are not so many of them there.

Civil Defence (Recruitment) (18 Gor 1952)

Mr George Porter: Does the Home Secretary recognise that if circumstances arise which require the rescue squads in which those in the industry with which I am connected—the building industry—are the particular class required, they will be there, even if they are not now taking part in the organisation?

Housing (15 Gor 1952)

Mr George Porter: While the Parliamentary Secretary is on that point of making claims in regard to the finishing of houses during the last two or three months, does he remember his reply to me at Question time that he could not decide in regard to these houses how many had been started during the period of the previous Government?

Oral Answers to Questions — Israel (Loan Request) (21 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: May I ask the Prime Minister if, in determining the situation in regard to this particular request, full consideration was given to the considerable loss of trade which would have ensued to this country in regard to the previous discussions concerning a loan for Israel?

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means (13 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman, when he says that furniture does not come within the ambit of the Resolution and is, therefore, not liable to the concessions, am I right in assuming that the use of materials which are subject to Purchase Tax in the production of furniture will be subject to the concessions in the Resolution?

Orders of the Day — Cruelty to Children ( 7 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: May I ask the hon. Gentleman a question purely for information? Can he say how many of those cases were in duplicate?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Building Workers, Liverpool ( 6 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Labour if he is in a position to place the building trade workers who have received notice to terminate their employment with the Ministry of Works at Liverpool.

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