Former MP, Wallasey
May I ask the Prime Minister if it would not have been better for the Government Departments to have foreseen the situation, and made it unnecessary for workers who have rendered wonderful service on Merseyside in the war situation, to demonstrate in this manner?
I beg leave to raise a question of Privilege. Recently, I received a communication from a firm of farmers containing what, to me, is an obnoxious offer of monetary reward for services expected to be rendered. The whole idea has given me great annoyance, and will be found, I believe, to be contrary to Parliamentary traditions and the traditions of public life. I take this, the earliest...
I beg to move, That the matter of the Complaint be referred to the Committee of Privileges
Former MP for Wallasey
Entered House of Commons on 29 April 1942 — unknown
Left Parliament on 15 June 1945 — General election
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