Mr George Lambert

Former MP for South Molton

Recent appearances

  • Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, O.M. 28 Mar 1945

    It is with some emotion that I rise to add a word or two to the tributes that have been paid to the man whom I knew so well. Mr. Lloyd George came into the House of Commons in 1890 and I came here in 1891, both at by-elections. I had an experience that he never had; I was once defeated. He was a prophet in his own country. He had a passionate devotion to Wales. I remember in the very early...
  • Death of Her Royal Highness the Princess Beatrice 31 Oct 1944

    As one who sat in a Parliament summoned by Queen Victoria over 50 years ago, and who had the privilege of moving the Address in reply to Her Gracious Speech in the last Parliament of Mr. Gladstone, I should like to associate my hon. Friends and myself with the expression of sympathy with the Royal Family. The parallel between Princess Beatrice and her Royal Mother is very exact. Both died,...
  • Agriculture (Prices). 26 Jan 1944

    May I, as one of the oldest Members of the House, congratulate one of the newest Members on an admirably lucid speech? I do not agree with it but one can understand why the hon. Member for Skipton (Mr. H. Lawson) won a sensational by-election. In this Debate I appear as a peace-maker. I do not want to incite or aggravate differences. If I may give advice to the Government, it would be to...

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Former MP for South Molton

Entered the House of Commons on 13 November 1891 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election

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