Sir James Bruton

Former MP for Gloucester

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Sir James Bruton is a former MP for Gloucester.

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Bill. 9 Apr 1923

    I wish to call the right hon. Gentleman's attention to Clause 55 and to ask him how it will affect the City of Gloucester. In 1911 the Local Government Board held an inquiry at Gloucester in consequence of which the sewer outfall was removed from above to below the Weir. It was taken under the Severn across a large meadow and it cost the ratepayers a very considerable expense. Since the...
  • Orders of the Day — ALLOTMENTS BILL [Lords].: New Clause. — (Penalty for damage to allotment fences.) 28 Jul 1922

    On behalf of some 4,000 allotment holders whom I represent in the city of Gloucester, holding some 240 acres between them, I wish to thank the Minister of Agriculture for this Clause. I put down an Amendment in Committee dealing with this matter, and the Minister then promised that he would carry out the wishes of those who were anxious to see this provision made, and I have very much...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Halfpenny Post (First Delivery). 12 Jul 1922

    61. asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware of the inconvenience to the general public, and especially to those engaged in commerce, by the non-delivery by the first daily post of communications bearing a halfpenny stamp; and whether he will take steps to obviate the present unsatisfactory practice?

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