Former MP for Acton
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I do not expect the hon. Member to appreciate the relevance of the observation I made as to the statement made by the judge. He said that it is a part of my duty to report. That is what I am already doing. You have an area officer at Nantyglo who is not big enough for his job, and who should be cleared out. If he were given a job on merit he would not hold it for three weeks. The passage that...
asked the Minister of Transport when he will be able to announce his decision in respect of traffic conditions in that part of Western Avenue which lies within the borough of Acton?
In view of the fact that the Traffic Advisory Committee have been considering this very important matter for more than two months, can the Minister, in view of the urgency of the matter, expedite a decision by that body?
Former MP for Acton
Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 25 October 1943 — Died
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