Mr Charles Challen

Former MP, Hampstead


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Mr Charles Challen

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  • Oral Answers to Questions — Catering Wages Act (Inquiry) 8 Dec 1949

    Is the Minister in a position to provide the necessary staff to the Catering Wages Commission so that they can undertake this inquiry?
  • Orders of the Day — Local Government Boundary Commission (Dissolution) Bill 2 Nov 1949

    I rise merely to echo some remarks made by my hon. Friend the Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton) and also I think by one or two other speakers on the subject of the work done not only by Sir Malcolm Trustram Eve whom many of us know and admire and value his work, but by the staff of the Boundary Commission. I do not propose to enter into the lists in relation to the general argument...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Road and Rail Plan, London 24 Oct 1949

    asked the Minister of Transport whether he can give an assurance that steps will now be taken to produce a fully co-ordinated road and rail plan for London so that when the economic situation permits such money as is available may be divided over each category in order to ensure the best overall arrangements.

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Former MP for Hampstead

Entered House of Commons on 27 November 1941 — unknown

Left Parliament on 3 February 1950 — General election

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