Major Frederick Cundiff

Former MP for Manchester, Withington

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Nickel (Prohibited Uses) 4 Jul 1951

    For a very short time I thought that the hon. Member for Ayrshire, South (Mr. Emrys Hughes) was going to agree with us, but now that we know that he does not agree with us he will forgive me if I do not attempt to follow him. I rise to associate myself with all that was said by my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Pudsey (Colonel Banks) and my hon. Friend the Member for Leeds, North-West...
  • Orders of the Day — Nickel (Prohibited Uses) 4 Jul 1951

    Could the hon. Gentleman tell us whether he has any hope at all of increased supplies? I take his speech to be most pessimistic.
  • Orders of the Day — Navy Estimates, 1951–52: MR. James Callaghan's Statement 12 Mar 1951

    It is always a privilege to be called to speak on the day that the House discusses the Navy Estimates. The Royal Navy and the command of the Royal Navy are as precious to us today as they ever have been in our long maritime history. I have always thought it to be an unfortunate policy that in the senior Service the Minister should sit in another place, but the First Lord has two lieutenants...

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Former MP for Manchester, Withington

Entered the House of Commons on 8 July 1944 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 5 October 1951 — General election

Also represented Manchester Rusholme

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