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Sir Arthur Harbord
Former MP for Great Yarmouth
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- Entered Parliament on 15 November 1922 — General election
- Left Parliament on 24 February 1941 — Died
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Most recent appearances
- Orders of the Day — War Damage Bill. (23 Jan 1941)
“Would the Chancellor consider whether he can provide means whereby a person who is the owner of a property and is injured through a raid or by enemy action can have his case considered? I think such a provision should be embodied in the Bill.”
- Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Emergency Medical Service. (4 Jul 1940)
“asked the Minister of Health whether, owing to the evacuation scheme in operation on the East Coast, and to the serious decline in work in consequence, he will consider giving preference to doctors thrown out of work thereby to enter the services, or for appointments to war-time posts?”
- Orders of the Day — Supply. (5 Mar 1940)
“I would like to ask the Parliamentary Secretary whether his Department places a veto on the public use of the shelters which are placed in school grounds. I understand that a veto operates against their use by the public during school hours, but I am anxious that during the other 16 hours of the day, when the schools are not being used by the children, they should be available for the...”
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