Canlyniadau 141–160 o 221 ar gyfer speaker:Mr George Porter

Orders of the Day — New Clause. — (AMENDMENT OF 9 & 10 GEO. 6. c. 34.) (24 Mai 1949)

Mr George Porter: May I draw the Minister's attention to the fact that the hon. Member to whom he is referring said he had consulted three of the biggest property-owning people in London—that is, himself.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill ( 9 Mai 1949)

Mr George Porter: indicated assent.

Oral Answers to Questions — Strike, London Docks (12 Ebr 1949)

Mr George Porter: Is it not a fact that the only method by which willing men can get on the register is, normally, by the wastage which takes place in regard to the organisation of the dockers?

Colonial Timber ( 4 Ebr 1949)

Mr George Porter: I intervene briefly to express the point of view of those who are concerned with, the use of timber. As one who for many years had the privilege of earning his living by the use of wood, I agree how interesting and how very desirable it would be from our point of view if we could devote our time to the use of hardwoods and in that way indulge in what at the moment are, from a timber point of...

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill: New Clause. — (General Regulations to Be Subject to Annulment.) (28 Maw 1949)

Mr George Porter: Surely the hon. Member will agree that the operation under subsection (5) is subsequent to action taken in this House?

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill: New Clause. — (General Regulations to Be Subject to Annulment.) (28 Maw 1949)

Mr George Porter: That is the point I am endeavouring to make. The Minister does not alter the regulations unless representations are made by someone that changes should be made.

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill: Clause 2. — (Extension of Area within Which the Board's Activities May Be Carried on.) (28 Maw 1949)

Mr George Porter: Did the hon. and gallant Member give notice to the Minister that he was going to speak?

Clothes Rationing (Abolition) (14 Maw 1949)

Mr George Porter: Is my right hon. Friend aware that, in regard to the abolition of coupons, the expressed opinion of people who should know is that it is desirable, in order to make it successful, that price control should be strictly maintained?

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) ( 3 Chw 1949)

Mr George Porter: I do not think that those remarks should be allowed to go unchallenged. It was not a case of a Member doing something to the Labour Party but of his doing something dishonourable to this House in his conduct as a Member.

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill (29 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: While the hon. Gentleman is on figures, perhaps he will give us the average age of the miners in 1948 against the average age in 1939?

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill (29 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: Surely, the hon. Gentleman will agree that absenteeism has got nothing to do with man-hours. The number of hours worked is the number of hours worked, and absenteeism does not come into it.

Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) (25 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: Would the right hon. Gentleman not agree that the quorum for a Standing Committee is really very little different from a quorum for the Whole House?

Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) (25 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: Is it not a fact that the small Committee upstairs is constituted of Members who have accepted an individual responsibility in regard to the Bill; and is it not therefore obvious that if the Bill were taken on the Floor of the House, the added attendance would not make any difference to the width of discussion?

Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) (25 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: References have been made earlier tonight to another Bill in respect of which the Guillotine was used. Would the hon. and gallant Member suggest that in regard to the Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill every trade union in the country should have been considered before the Bill was passed?

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (15 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: Is the noble Lord suggesting that we should take all these matters into consideration when we are paying the compensation?

Orders of the Day — Removed Railings (Compensation) ( 8 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: On a point of Order. In your absence, Mr. Deputy Speaker, an hon. Member opposite who was responsible for instituting a previous discussion rose and gave notice that he was so dissatisfied that it was his intention to raise the matter again. Would you say how far that is in Order, and whether if the same notice is given at Question Time that debars anyone else from taking part in the discussion?

Orders of the Day — Removed Railings (Compensation) ( 8 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: The matter I have raised arose subsequent to the hon. Member for Burslem (Mr. A. Edward Davies) giving notice that he desired to speak.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Points Goods, West Riding ( 3 Tach 1948)

Mr George Porter: Does not the Parliamentary Secretary agree that a considerable number of the people referred to by the hon. and gallant Member for Barkston Ash (Colonel Ropner) come into Leeds to buy the goods from those shops?

Orders of the Day — Parliament Bill (21 Med 1948)

Mr George Porter: What has that to do with the Bill?

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill: Clause 3. — (Abolition of power to pass a sentence of whipping.) (15 Gor 1948)

Mr George Porter: Did not the hon. Gentleman move an Amendment to the Animals Bill because he disagreed with pain being inflicted upon animals?


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