Mr Alfred Bonwick

Former MP for Chippenham

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Mr Alfred Bonwick is a former MP for Chippenham.

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Pensions granted by public authorities to be increased.) 11 Jul 1924

    I wish to emphasise the plea which has just been made by the right hon. and gallant Member. There is a great deal of doubt about the words which the Financial Secretary wishes to insert and many Members desire to know the exact legal effect of those words. We have not had the opportunity of hearing the advice of any of the Law Officers of the Crown and therefore I hope that the Financial...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Post Office Appointment, Purton. 21 May 1924

    19. asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that Mr. A. J. Scott, of 3, Clarence Cottages, The Square, Purton, having made application for the position of postman at Purton, received a communication from the Swindon Employment Exchange asking him to call at 9 a.m. on 12th May; that when Mr. Scott called, in response to the official request, he was informed that the post for which he...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers' Dispute, Lowestoft. 19 Jul 1923

    62. asked the President of the Board of Education, whether his attention has been drawn to the decision given by the magistrates at Lowestoft that parents had reasonable cause for not sending their children to certain schools in the borough by reason of the qualifications of teachers employed in such schools; and whether such schools are still in receipt of grants from the Imperial Exchequer?

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