Sir William Cheyne

Former MP for Combined Scottish Universities

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — MILK AND DAIRIES (AMENDMENT) BILL [Lords.] 19 Jul 1922

    I want to say a few words with regard to milk from the health point of view. You may look at milk in two ways, one as a food and one as a possible carrier of dangerous organisms and so as a producer of disease. I will not go into the question of milk as a food, for what I want to speak about is especially the danger of tuberculosis in milk. Milk may be a carrier of disease in two ways. Milk...
  • Housing. 13 Mar 1922

    I did not intend to say anything to-night, but the spirit moves me to make a few remarks, especially in regard to the treatment of tuberculosis. First, I must refer to a question put to me by an hon. Member opposite. I did not catch exactly what was said, but as regards the treatment of venereal disease, of which he was speaking, I confess I can see very little difference between the two...
  • Housing. 13 Mar 1922

    I understand your ruling, and I have really finished. I will only repeat that I think prevention is better than cure, and that I should like to see more energy put into prevention than is the case at present.

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Former MP for Combined Scottish Universities

Entered the House of Commons on 10 August 1917 — unknown

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

Also represented Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities

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