Mr John Cartland

Former MP for Birmingham King's Norton

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Old Age Pensions (Investigation). 2 Aug 1939

    asked the Prime Minister whether, when considering the question of old age pensions, the Government will review the position of annuity and retirement schemes in operation in various firms, trades unions, co-operative societies, etc., with a view to bringing them with the State contributory scheme into one uniform national scheme?
  • Adjournment (Summer). 2 Aug 1939

    I am sorry to detain the House for a few moments, but I would like to say a few words as a backbencher of the Prime Minister's own party. It seemed to me, listening tonight, that there was a difference of view put forward by those who spoke from the Opposition side and those who spoke from this side, and perhaps the Prime Minister was quite justified in saying that many of the speeches made...
  • Adjournment (Summer). 2 Aug 1939

    My hon. Friend has more people in his division, but I have the largest area. I do not know how many meetings I have addressed in the last year, but over and over again, I have had to deny the absurd impression that the Prime Minister in some way has ideas of dictatorship. I happened to speak some time ago on the same platform as the hon. Gentleman the Member for East Wolverhampton (Mr....

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Former MP for Birmingham King's Norton

Entered the House of Commons on 14 November 1935 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 8 May 1940 — unknown

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