Sir Alfred Hopkinson

Former MP for Combined English Universities

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Royal Mercantile Marine. 9 May 1929

    The present is a very opportune time for calling attention to what is, perhaps, the most important question which can arise within the next year or two, a question which is usually considered a very dull subject, namely, education. Only yesterday we had a very important announcement, in the shape of a document issued by the Board of Education, which covers a very wide field indeed. I am very...
  • New Clause a. — (Consultation as to the provision of hospital accommodation.) 22 Mar 1929

    I should not have ventured to intervene in this Debate unless it had been my lot to have to deal with some of the very questions for which this most admirable Clause is intended to provide. As a member of the governing bodies of two or three voluntary hospitals in a large city in the North, I have had to deal with these questions of co-ordination, which are absolutely vital and of the utmost...
  • Orders of the Day — Supply.: Dominion Services. 1 Mar 1929

    Last week one came into the House rather unhappy about this question, but one comes back this week very happy for various reasons. One is that some of us who are supporters of the Government have tried to keep an independent mind, and we are thoroughly well satisfied, better than we have ever been before, with the Government in general. I am 'also proud of the House of Commons, because we...

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Former MP for Combined English Universities

Entered the House of Commons on 13 July 1895 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 May 1929 — General election

Also represented Cricklade

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