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Mr Charles Williams
Former MP for Torquay
- Also represented Tavistock
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- Entered Parliament on 14 December 1918 — General election
- Left Parliament on 28 October 1955 — Died
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Most recent appearances
- Validation of Elections' Bill (25 Jul 1955)
“I wish briefly to make two points. First, as far as the remarks of the hon. and gallant Member for Brixton (Lieut.-Colonel Lipton) are concerned, I wish to say that everyone in this House knows that if we appoint a Select Committee, it is open to any Members of Parliament to criticise its work, and it is also open to Parliament as a whole to accept or reject its recommendations. I accept the...”
- Orders of the Day — Validation of Elections Bill (22 Jul 1955)
“I should be discourteous were I not to say a word at this point. I wish to thank the right hon. Member for South Shields (Mr. Ede) for the extremely nice things which he said about myself and my fellow members of the Committee over which I had the honour to preside. I wish to confirm what has been said by hon. Members. We did, in our Report, in paragraphs 11 and 12, express two strong...”
- Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Cost of Living (14 Jun 1955)
“Did my right hon. Friend read a very interesting article by one of the Scottish Lady Members in "The Star" two nights ago, in which she said that this line of argument had failed completely at the Election?”
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