Mr Dryden Brook

Former MP for Halifax

About your former Member of Parliament

Mr Dryden Brook is a former MP for Halifax.

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 1. — ;(Charge of Income Tax for 1955–56 and Surtax Rates for 1954–55.) 27 Apr 1955

    As one business man to another, I can tell the hon. Gentleman that all this is very interesting. Has the hon. Gentleman reckoned out how much this 6d. will give to the small business to finance the extra stocks, the higher prices of stocks and the development of his business? The business man with a profit of£30,000 a year, which is not an inconsiderable figure, will get£750 out of this...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Hospitals: Warley, Halifax 13 Dec 1954

    asked the Minister of Health whether he will make provision in his 1955–56 building programme for the new hospital unit at Warley, Halifax, about which the hon. Member for Halifax has had correspondence with him.
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Hospitals: Warley, Halifax 13 Dec 1954

    Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware that the man who left this estate to the Halifax Infirmary also left £50,000 for hospital purposes? Could not the Minister consider the release of that sum, to which the people of Halifax think that they have a moral if not a legal right? Does the right hon. Gentleman think it equitable that towns which before the passing of the National Health Act made...

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