Canlyniadau 121–140 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Over 50 Men ( 4 Ebr 1950)

Mr George Porter: asked the Minister of Labour if he will consult with employers with a view to securing that a fair percentage of men over 50 years of age shall be employed as vacancies in industry arise.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Over 50 Men ( 4 Ebr 1950)

Mr George Porter: Failing the opportunity to. introduce some scheme similar to that in regard to disabled persons, can my right hon. Friend help the situation by persuading those responsible for the nationalised industries to develop something along these lines as an inducement to other employers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Liverpool (28 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: Is there any duplication in registration, in view of the fact that men of the same trade work in other industries?

Oral Answers to Questions — "british Ally," Moscow (27 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: Does my hon. Friend agree that the words "Communist" and "Marxist" are not necessarily synonymous?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army (Married Quarters) (14 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: Can my right hon. Friend say whether those people who are compelled to live in private quarters receive any assistance in regard to the extra costs incurred through lack of married quarters?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army (Married Quarters) (14 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: Will my right hon. Friend send me details?

Housing (13 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order, Mr. Speaker, is the right hon. and gallant Gentleman in order in addressing direct questions to another hon. Member and not addressing himself to you, Sir?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Iron and Steel Industry ( 9 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: The miners?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Iron and Steel Industry ( 9 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: Did not the man the noble Lord referred to, like everybody else, have a statutory right to his job?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Iron and Steel Industry ( 9 Maw 1950)

Mr George Porter: We had two million more votes.

Public Meetings, London (Complaints) ( 7 Rha 1949)

Mr George Porter: Surely within the meaning of the Act it is incumbent upon the police not only to bring prosecutions but to take such steps as they think fit to stop a breach of the peace if they think something is likely to incite? It is not a question of taking action in the courts but taking immediate action to stop the meeting where it is likely that the occasion may lead to a breach of the peace.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (16 Tach 1949)

Mr George Porter: Would the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (16 Tach 1949)

Mr George Porter: Is it not the Marxist philosophy to determine action according to the circumstances existing at the moment?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Boundary Commission (Dissolution) Bill ( 2 Tach 1949)

Mr George Porter: I hope the hon. Member for Luton (Mr. Warbey) and the House will not expect me to deal with the Bill in general, for that is not my intention in intervening in this Debate. I want to raise only one point with the Minister for the purpose of elucidation or interpretation. I am given to understand that this matter is disturbing the minds of quite a number of local authorities in the country,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Works: Building Licences, Liverpool (24 Hyd 1949)

Mr George Porter: Does my right hon. Friend not agree, in regard to the supplementary question of my hon. Friend the Member for Kirkdale (Mr. Keenan), that the thousands of pounds which will be spent on fittings and decorations subsequent to the work which has been licensed will need no licence, and that there will be no control over them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Absenteeism (Sick Pay Schemes) (21 Gor 1949)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order. Is it in Order to ask questions in reference to a journal which is circulated for private and confidential purposes?

Orders of the Day — Housing ( 4 Gor 1949)

Mr George Porter: Will the hon. Member also quote the price for a three-bedroom house at the corresponding period after the First World War, namely, £1,500?

Orders of the Day — Housing ( 4 Gor 1949)

Mr George Porter: I hope the hon. Member for Lancaster (Mr. F. Maclean) will forgive me if I do not follow his speech in view of the fact that we have learned our political mathematics in different schools and, therefore, must come to different deductions even on the matters referred to by him. I want to refer to only one aspect of the housing question in which I have to declare my interest. Like the late Jack...

Orders of the Day — Housing ( 4 Gor 1949)

Mr George Porter: I should never hope to tender the hon. Member any advice on building instruction, but I will tender him advice at any time on his politics.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Anglo-Argentine Trade Agreement (28 Meh 1949)

Mr George Porter: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that the "Daily Express" yesterday said that this trouble with the Argentine would never have arisen if the Opposition, when they had their day, had done the right thing as a Government?


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