Captain Malcolm Bullock

Former MP for Crosby

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Memorial to Field Marshal Smuts 2 Jul 1952

    I wish to say a few words in support of what the hon. Member for Maldon (Mr. Driberg) has said. I think that London possesses some of the worst statues in the world, and as we grow older some of us regard many of them with horror. I hope that the Minister will seize this opportunity to give the work to some younger sculptor, that he may, perhaps, make it a matter of competition, and that we...
  • South Bank (Future) 7 Dec 1951

    I am very glad to have the opportunity of raising the question of the future of the South Bank. The Festival is now over and the moths who were attracted by lights of the Skylon and the blaze of candles and electric globes have ceased to cross the bridge, and we must look very carefully to the future of the whole of the South Bank. The Festival has made the people conscious of the beauty of...
  • Orders of the Day — Censorship of Plays (Repeal) Bill 25 Mar 1949

    I beg to second the Amendment. I am not speaking as a theatrical manager or as a playwright. I have no connection with the theatre world but speak only as a member of the theatre-going public. We have only two questions to decide. The first question is whether censorship of plays is necessary to the country, and the second is whether the Lord Chamberlain is the best person to do the...

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Former MP for Crosby

Entered the House of Commons on 6 December 1923 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 14 October 1953 — unknown

Also represented Waterloo

Future MPs in this constituency

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