Former MP, City of York
The right hon. Gentleman in his opening remarks about national unity said so much better than I can what I want to say that I feel tempted to tear up my notes, and let his appeal stand by itself. However, I will attempt to add to his appeal such arguments as I can produce, because I regard it as of real importance that what should go out from the House in this Debate is the broadest possible...
I am obliged to the hon. Member, for my right hon. Friend made particular reference to that point. He added—this I think is the answer: I used the word 'may' deliberately since in such an instance there is no automatic obligation to take military action. If he had said "would" he would have been going far beyond the covenant of the League. The question I want to ask hon. Members...
Former MP for City of York
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 14 April 1937 — unknown
Also represented Kingston upon Hull East
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