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Commander William King-Hall
Former MP for Ormskirk
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- Entered Parliament on 27 October 1939 — unknown
- Left Parliament on 15 June 1945 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Civil Estimates, 1945: International Situation (11 Jun 1945)
“On 13th May last I was speaking at a small village called Burscough in my constituency on the international situation and I said, in my concluding remarks, that we did not stand alone in 1940 to save democracy in order to change our ideas, in 1945, as to what democracy meant. On that particular evening the Prime Minister was due to broadcast to the nation, so we had arranged that his speech...”
- Business of the House (7 Jun 1945)
“Have the Government taken note of the Motion standing on the Order Paper in the name of the hon. Member for Keighley (Mr. I. Thomas) and myself, relative to the need of interchanging information between ourselves and our Russian Allies, and whether the Government are going to do anything about it?”
- Members of Parliament (Overseas Travel) (6 Jun 1945)
“Can the right hon. and learned Gentleman inform the House whether, as most arrangements are still under the control of Government Departments, Members of Parliament will receive priority in any degree, as otherwise the concession will be valueless?”
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