Former MP, Birmingham Aston
I crave the indulgence of the House on rising to address it for the first time. I am told that a very eminent politician once advised his son not to speak until he had been in the House for at least six months. I am drawn to disregard this advice and take part in the present debate for the reason that the problems of our Colonial Empire have been my great interest and study during the last...
asked the Secretary of State for War whether it is intended to retain the horsed cavalry and yeomanry regiments in case of war; and, if so, whether he is satisfied that an adequate supply of horses is available within the British Isles?
Former MP for Birmingham Aston
Entered House of Commons on 17 May 1939 — unknown
Left Parliament on 31 March 1943 — Died
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