Canlyniadau 101–120 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Sunday Opening of Exhibi- Tions and Gardens.) ( 7 Rha 1950)

Mr George Porter: Surely my right hon. and learned Friend wll remember that in Liverpool we had on Sefton Park Lake a boat containing a representation of Barrie's play.

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Sunday Opening of Exhibi- Tions and Gardens.) ( 7 Rha 1950)

Mr George Porter: If I may, as one who voted for the opening of the fun fair, I should like to have the pleasure of expressing my appreciation of the spirit of sweet reasonableness which has prevailed in the House today. I wish also to express my appreciation of the developments which have taken place in the course of this afternoon's debate, and only to add that, while I can understand and appreciate the...

Business of the House (16 Tach 1950)

Mr George Porter: In view of the attitude on the benches opposite to the peace congress, may I ask my right hon. Friend whether we can have his complete assurance that he does not intend to find time for the introduction of legislation to ban that type of conference or meeting?

Local Government Staffs (Trade Union Membership) (15 Tach 1950)

Mr George Porter: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the type of gentleman to whom he is referring is the type who would say, "We shall have no part in the next world if we do not join this organisation"?

Orders of the Day — Congress, Sheffield (Admission of Foreigners) (14 Tach 1950)

Mr George Porter: Does not my hon. Friend agree that the authorities responsible for calling the Congress have decided that the persons allowed into this country by the Home Secretary were not the desired type of person who would merit carrying on the conference, and they disregarded these people to such an extent that they decided to hold the Congress somewhere else?

Housing ( 6 Tach 1950)

Mr George Porter: I have just one thing to say to the hon. and gallant Member for Bedford (Captain Soames). It is that I, for one, will not be regimented, drilled and taken into the Lobby. The reason I shall vote against the Amendment is because, unlike the hon. and gallant Member, I know something about the building industry and about house building. It is because of his ignorance of the subject that he will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Clothing Industry (18 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: Is my right hon. Friend aware that in the clothing industry unemployment does not exist in that portion of the trade which pays Purchase Tax?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Wood (Small Purchases) (17 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: asked the President of the Board of Trade under what circumstances and to what extent his regulations permit an ordinary householder to purchase small quantities of soft or hard wood so as to enable him to do his own minor repairs.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Wood (Small Purchases) (17 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: Is the procedure the same for a private person applying for 2s. worth of timber as for those buying considerable quantities? Is there some scheme whereby householders can get a licence?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Wood (Small Purchases) (17 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: Is my hon. Friend aware that the reason why I have put down this Question is because a person who applied for 2s. 6d. worth of wood was refused the wood because there was no licence?

Clause 6. — (Special Provisions as to Holders of Diplomas Granted in Republic of Ireland.) (14 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: I do not want to interfere in the discussions now taking place in the provinces, of which I have no particular knowledge, but I should like to ask the Committee to be very careful about the matter which has been raised, unless they have a full guarantee about it. When the law concerning trade unions was annulled in the House, some of us were anxious to find out whether. since Northern Ireland...

Orders of the Day — Post Office (Trade Unions) ( 6 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: If the argument of the hon. Gentleman is that the statement made by my hon. Friend was a result of the deliberations of a certain union, will the hon. Gentleman also agree that those people who were concerned in those deliberations were concerned as workers in precisely the grade which is now asking to form this new union—19 of them?

Orders of the Day — Post Office (Trade Unions) ( 6 Gor 1950)

Mr George Porter: Will the hon. Gentleman allow me to ask my question again? Does he know that 19 members of the executive committee of the union of which he suggests my hon. Friend the Member for Brighouse and Spenborough (Mr. J. Edwards) is the spokesman, are working in the grade who are now asking to form a new union?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Herr Wurmann (26 Meh 1950)

Mr George Porter: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in view of the political opinions of the Bonn Vice-Consul, Mr. Wurmann, which reveal definite anti-Jewish opinions and actions, what inquiries were made previous to agreeing to his appointment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Plywood (Decontrol) (22 Meh 1950)

Mr George Porter: Does plywood include all sorts of laminated wood?

Oral Answers to Questions — Member's Speech (23 Mai 1950)

Mr George Porter: Mr. Speaker, would I be in order in calling your attention to the fact that in the OFFICIAL REPORT today the hon. Member for Oldham, West (Mr. Leslie Hale) has lost his record for fast speaking? The hon. Member for Bridgwater (Mr. Wills) made a speech yesterday which has taken three and half columns to record, and he did so in one minute. He started at 7.12 p.m. and, according to the OFFICIAL...

Orders of the Day — Building Industry (22 Mai 1950)

Mr George Porter: Mr. Porter (Leeds, Central) rose——

Oral Answers to Questions — London Docks (Inquiry) (11 Mai 1950)

Mr George Porter: As I have no personal interest in this, and in view of the fact that certain people have been held responsible for the actions which have brought about strikes, may I ask whether those people may be given the right to make their statements before this committee so that the whole situation can be determined?

Oral Answers to Questions — London Docks (Inquiry) (11 Mai 1950)

Mr George Porter: The question I am asking is on the statement that the two organised sections of the industry will be consulted. The point I am making is that people who are not inclined to accept those organisations—[HON. MEMBERS: "Who are they?"]—ought to be brought into this matter, so that they can give their own opinion as to why they disagree and what brought about the strikes.

Housing ( 9 Mai 1950)

Mr George Porter: What about before the war?


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