Sir Ralph Angell

Former MP for Bradford North

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Sir Ralph Angell is a former MP for Bradford North.

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Former MP for Bradford North

Entered the House of Commons on 30 May 1929 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 7 October 1931 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Standard Rate of Tax for 1931–2 and Consequential Amendments of Law. 15 Sep 1931

    I think that those of us who have listened to the speech of the right hon. Member for Epping (Mr. Churchill) will have been struck by three or four things in connection with it. The first was that we would rather greet the right hon. Member as a back bencher than as a Chancellor of the Exchequer. Secondly, we regret very profoundly that the early part of his speech was not made somewhere...
  • Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Standard Rate of Tax for 1931–2 and Consequential Amendments of Law. 15 Sep 1931

    It is an astonishing thing that the right hon. Member for Epping, who has been Chancellor of the Exchequer, concluded with an appeal for a protective tariff but did not seem called upon to reconcile his demand for Protection with his first demand for a scientifically managed international gold money. How does one affect the other? A country can only pay its debts in these ways: goods,...
  • Orders of the Day — Class I. Treasury and Subordinate Departments. 29 Jun 1931

    It is probably the experience of many hon. Members of this House to have lived in more than one country. I happen to have divided my life about equally between three. Those who have had experience of that kind will have been struck by this: that the figures which were given us this afternoon, of the progress made by this country in Disarmament, will be given by the Governments of other...

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