Mr Thomas Casey

Former MP for Sheffield, Attercliffe

Recent appearances

  • Class Ii.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. 18 May 1922

    I want to deal with one or two matters suggested by the hon. Member for Central Leeds (Mr. Armitage), who I am sorry is not now in his place. He suggested to the Secretary for Mines that it would be a good thing for the coal industry that the winding enginemen should undergo a compulsory medical examination and that there should be an age limit set for them. I should have been very interested...
  • Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill.: Clause 17. — (Arrangements with associations of employed persons which make payments to members while unemployed.) 9 Jul 1920

    I am bound to take the exactly opposite view from that put forward by the last speaker, and I am going to support the proposal that friendly societies should be permitted to administer this Bill in the same way as trade union organisations. I do not approach this question simply because I am a trade unionist or simply because I am a member of a friendly society organisation. The thing that...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Transport Administration.: Perishable Foodstuffs. 1 Dec 1919

    36. asked the Minister of Transport whether he will favourably consider the advisability of providing a goods train service for perishable foodstuffs to all the principal towns in Great Britain from producing and distributing centres, such trains to be run at scheduled advertnsed times in like manner to passenger trains, and at such hours as will allow the produce to be delivered and sold in...

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Former MP for Sheffield, Attercliffe

Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 26 October 1922 — General election

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