Sir Reginald Craddock

Former MP for Combined English Universities

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Inheritance (Family Provision) Bill. 22 Jan 1937

    I warmly support the Bill, which carries on the face of it obvious justice and the remedying of injustice. Naturally, as a general rule, the will of a testator should be respected. If it were otherwise there would be endless disputes. But this Bill covers the particular case of an unjust or vindictive- will or wills such as have been described by my hon. Friend the Member for Cambridge...
  • Inheritance (Family Provision) Bill. 22 Jan 1937

    I am glad that the attempt to count out the House did not succeed, but I had almost finished my remarks when the count was called. As I say, I welcome this legislation heartily, and I feel sure that the number of cases which will arise under it will be few. The question to be decided, after all, is generally one of whether sufficient has been left under a will for the maintenance of the...
  • Government of India Act, 1935, and Government of Burma Act, 1935. 17 Nov 1936

    The Under-Secretary has introduced these Instruments of Instruction with the sweet reasonableness which characterises almost every speech that he makes in this House; I do not wish to go into the difficulties of practical working which are to be found in the Instructions to Indian Governors, because they are really based entirely on the Act, and I am certain that it would be very difficult,...

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Former MP for Combined English Universities

Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 February 1937 — Died

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