Mr T.P. O'Connor

Former MP for Liverpool Scotland

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — MR. Speaker's Retirement. 19 Jun 1928

    I think it would be a little short of impertinence on my part if I stood up with any idea that anything could be added by me to the very remarkable series of speeches to which we have just listened, but, as one who has had continuous service as the oldest Member of the House, as the one who had the honour of first presenting your name to the House as Speaker, and as one who in forty-seven...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Housing Bill. 11 Apr 1928

    I wish to ask the Prime Minister whether it has not been the unbroken tradition of Parliamentary life for at least 30 or 40 years that no Minister has ever anticipated the presentation of a proposal by the Government to the House of Commons, which should be the first body to hear it, and whether it is not the case that in the lives and careers of Mr. Gladstone and other great Prime Ministers...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Housing Bill. 11 Apr 1928

    Is my right hon. Friend serious in stating that the precedent is a bad one which safeguards the fundamental right of the representatives of the people to have brought before them, before anyone else, any Measure that the Government intend to introduce, and is there any precedent in Parliamentary history of such a transaction as that which is contemplated by the Minister of Health to-morrow?

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Former MP for Liverpool Scotland

Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1880 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 18 November 1929 — Died

Also represented Galway Borough

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