Canlyniadau 61–80 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

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

Mr George Porter: Does the right hon. and learned Gentleman not realise that if his colleagues at the Ministry of Works had taken notice of the speech which he made on 5th April, asking for aged workers to be kept in employment, it would not have been necessary for me to ask this Question?

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

Mr George Porter: Does the right hon. and learned Gentleman understand that the type of work for which these men are called upon is more suitable for aged craftsmen than for the new entrants who are learning the trade at present?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 2. — (Classification of Entertainments for Purposes of Entertainments Duty, and Rates of Duty.) ( 6 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: I am delighted at having an opportunity of entering this debate. My contribution to it has to follow the kill-joy contribution we have just had from the hon. Gentleman the Member for Edinburgh, South (Sir W. Darling). The only thing I can say to him is that, in view of what he has said, I hope he will see that at a certain emporium in Edinburgh the usual things that sportsmen buy for their...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 2. — (Classification of Entertainments for Purposes of Entertainments Duty, and Rates of Duty.) ( 6 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: In view of the individual contribution the hon. Gentleman made, I take it that anything further in that connection will give him the advertisement he has been looking for. I want to offer one or two words about what I call real men's games, and to refer to Association and Rugby football. I have never seen anybody at those particular games asleep—a condition in which I often find people...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 2. — (Classification of Entertainments for Purposes of Entertainments Duty, and Rates of Duty.) ( 6 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: The lack of interest among southerners in this man's game means that when my duties compel me to remain in London over the weekend, I cannot find out how my team or any other team has got on until I get one of the northern papers at the House on Monday morning. There appears to be no interest south of the Trent in Rugby League football, but I hope that we shall have the support of those who...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Bill: Clause 7. — (Supplementary and Consequential Provisions.) ( 1 Mai 1952)

Mr George Porter: Is the hon. Lady in a position to say what machinery will be created to enable that section of the population to which she is now referring to get their 1s. back?

Adjournment (Easter) ( 9 Ebr 1952)

Mr George Porter: (seated and covered): On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I desire to call attention to the fact that when you called, "Lock the doors," certain Members on the Government side interfered with the attendant who was on duty at the door.

Adjournment (Easter) ( 9 Ebr 1952)

Mr George Porter: Further to that point of order. I ask for a report.

Adjournment (Easter) ( 9 Ebr 1952)

Mr George Porter: rose—

Adjournment (Easter) ( 9 Ebr 1952)

Mr George Porter: With regard to the matter which I was responsible for raising, I wish to put it on record that I took the earliest available opportunity of calling your attention, Sir, not to what I thought was an irregularity with regard to the voting in the Division, but—I thought it was my duty as a Member of this House—to an assault made on one of the attendants. Therefore, whatever action is taken...

Medical Practitioners' Remuneration (Award) (25 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: In view of what the right hon. Gentleman has had to say today about the amount of extra money he is giving to medical practitioners, ought he not now to cease in his endeavour to take further money off the working class for the same Health Service?

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Vehicle Lighting ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Transport if he will, in the interests of public safety, make it obligatory for public service vehicles to carry headlights.

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Vehicle Lighting ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: While thanking the Minister for all that he intends to do about Questions which have already been answered, may I ask if he will compel the use of up-to-date headlamps on service vehicles, and restrain the use of headlamps on those vehicles which already have them if they are not able to dip them, as they should do by Regulation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Vehicle Lighting ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: In view of the fact that the Regulation demands that the headlight should have a dipper, is it not an offence for anyone to carry a headlight which cannot do what the Regulation says should be done?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Redundant Tram Rails ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Supply whether, in view of the amount of redundant tram track available as scrap, he has yet come to any conclusion as to the possibility of reimbursing local authorities in regard to the difference in the value of scrap steel made available and the cost of reconditioning the highways concerned.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Redundant Tram Rails ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: Is the Minister aware that there is a certain amount of responsibility to be taken by him to force local authorities to lift these lines, as they are first-rate steel and would make a most valuable contribution to other production?

Manpower and Productivity ( 3 Maw 1952)

Mr George Porter: As I was a labour supply inspector during the war, may I put a question to the right hon. and learned Gentleman? Does he not agree that the most important thing for a labour supply inspector is, not to determine whether the number of men requested is required in the factory, but to know to which other factory or section of industry he can go to find the type of workers that he wants? It is no...

Orders of the Day — Licensed Premises in New Towns Bill (27 Chw 1952)

Mr George Porter: Would the hon. Gentleman agree that when the original Bill was being introduced, all the brewers in the country supplied every public house with propaganda against it?

Orders of the Day — Licensed Premises in New Towns Bill (27 Chw 1952)

Mr George Porter: How could they do it without spending money?

Coronation Stone (26 Chw 1952)

Mr George Porter: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker, if your Ruling is that the right hon. and gallant Gentleman is entitled to use notes, then are we entitled to know—[HON. MEMBERS: "Take your hands out of your pockets."] We have all the afternoon in front of us. Mr. Speaker, in view of your Ruling that an hon. Member is entitled to use notes, are we entitled to know how the right hon. and gallant...


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