Former MP, Kingston upon Thames
It is the salutary if unwritten convention of this House that when it has been announced that an hon. Member will shortly be leaving it to take up an outside appointment he shall not indulge too violently in controversy. Conscious as I am of my own limitations—as Oscar Wilde said of himself, I can resist anything except temptation—I have not sought to catch your eye, Mr. Deputy...
If my right hon. Friend is adding the £15,000 to the £15,000 I must add the £15,000 to the £50,000 and make it £65,000. The comparable figures, taking in the free allowance if my right hon. Friend wishes—I want to be considerate this afternoon—are £30,000 and £65,000. Our friends in Europe have always regarded our sentimentality about animals as...
Will the 2¼ per cent. limit of fluctuation on the new parities be a matter for further consideration in the long-term consideration to which my hon. Friend has referred? Also, under the present arrangements, will the Canadian dollar continue to float?
Former MP for Kingston upon Thames
Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 31 March 1972 — unknown
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