Canlyniadau 81–100 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Financial and Economic Situation (30 Ion 1952)

Mr George Porter: The difference is that on this side we said before the Election that cuts would have to be made, and that on the Government side they did not say that cuts would have to be made until they were in power.

Housing ( 4 Rha 1951)

Mr George Porter: I am very glad to have this opportunity of expressing on behalf of all of us our pleasure at having heard the hon. Member for Bolton, West (Mr. Holt), deliver his maiden speech. He probably felt like we all felt when addressing this House for the first time. I know that when I made my maiden speech I felt like the provincial artist when he appeared in the West End for the first time. I...

Housing ( 4 Rha 1951)

Mr George Porter: I am sorry that the hon. Gentleman found it necessary to intervene at that moment, because I was about to follow up that very point. In a previous debate in the House, I quoted from a leading article in "The Times," published towards the end of 1945, which referred to the industry as the most back ward and undeveloped of any in the country and which pointed to the unwillingness of the...

Orders of the Day — Steel Industry and Road Haulage (12 Tach 1951)

Mr George Porter: Before the right hon. Gentleman leaves that argument, is he now going to suggest that the present Government have a majority of electors in favour of their ideas?

Orders of the Day — Furniture (Maximum Prices) (26 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: The hon. Gentleman should not have stopped reading the Article at "business," but should have gone on. It says that A person may in the course of his business use utility goods,… That is entirely different from what the hon. Gentleman suggests.

Orders of the Day — Furniture (Maximum Prices) (26 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: If anybody ought to go to a girls' school it is the hon. Member for Huntingdon (Mr. Renton). Anyone who suggests that he can get anarchy by organisation apparently knows little about organisation. Not only has the hon. Gentleman shown ignorance about that, but he has shown ignorance of the particular trade to which this Order refers. The only purpose, of this Statutory Instrument, so far as I...

Orders of the Day — Furniture (Maximum Prices) (26 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: Previous Statutory Instruments already apply to the furniture trade. In the past a number of Statutory Instruments have been used to allow for a change in the weave of utility materials which were then being used. Manufacturers have been allowed to worsen the texture of the cloth for that particular purpose. Now they are being allowed to use other covers which they have not been allowed to...

Orders of the Day — Festival of Britain (Additional Loans) Bill (25 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: Surely the right hon. Gentleman is not suggesting that the board of this company ought to have known all about building before starting the functions of the company?

Orders of the Day — Festival of Britain (Additional Loans) Bill (25 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: The job of the board was to run the Festival Gardens.

Orders of the Day — Festival of Britain (Additional Loans) Bill (25 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: Is the hon. Member suggesting that the three contractors who made firm estimates for the work they were to do did so without seeing the sites and without understanding the fabric on which they were to work?

Orders of the Day — Festival of Britain (Additional Loans) Bill (25 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: Surely the small amount at first expended by the contractor is due to the fact that only manpower and machines were used in that period, with no cost for materials.

Orders of the Day — Festival of Britain (Additional Loans) Bill (25 Meh 1951)

Mr George Porter: For the ordinary process of this type of job, it is usual for the contractor first to prepare the site. This work is often given to a different contractor from those who are to put up the superstructures when the preparation on the ground has been done.

Orders of the Day — One-Way Street, Westminster (26 Ebr 1951)

Mr George Porter: The hon. Member agrees that this street should be a one-way street. Can he tell us whether the traffic proceeding in the way suggested by the Order will turn into the traffic when it comes out of the street?

Orders of the Day — One-Way Street, Westminster (26 Ebr 1951)

Mr George Porter: But if traffic goes down this one-way street, will it have to cross the traffic when it emerges?

Oral Answers to Questions — Colonial Students (Hostels) (18 Ebr 1951)

Mr George Porter: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what steps he proposes to take in the interest of colonial students, residing at present in the hostels to be closed by the British Council at Leeds and elsewhere.

Oral Answers to Questions — Colonial Students (Hostels) (18 Ebr 1951)

Mr George Porter: Is it not true that my right hon. Friend's Department transferred these responsibilities only 12 months ago? If the Council are not now prepared to shoulder these responsibilities, will he again assume responsibility for these students?

Orders of the Day — LUTON CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (17 Ebr 1951)

Mr George Porter: Would the hon. Member have extended the same principle to the National Health Service, when that was being considered?

Gas (Conversion Date) (13 Maw 1951)

Mr George Porter: Before, you took the Chair, Sir, a question was raised with Mr. Speaker in regard to the Order, which has reference only to something that took place on 5th February. Is the hon. and gallant Member entitled to refer to the effects of the Order?

Orders of the Day — Technical Personnel ( 6 Maw 1951)

Mr George Porter: Everyone says that.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Festival of Britain (15 Chw 1951)

Mr George Porter: Can my right hon. Friend say whether these contracts subject to cost plus conditions were contracts for which the Association of Master Builders had refused to estimate?


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