Mr Charles Dukes

Former MP for Warrington

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Mr Charles Dukes is a former MP for Warrington.

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Former MP for Warrington

Entered the House of Commons on 6 December 1923 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 7 October 1931 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Statistics. 1 Oct 1931

    31. asked the Minister of Labour how many unemployed persons are registered at Warrington and how many of these have drawn 26 or more weeks' benefit during the present benefit year, giving the figures for the last week for which both sets are available or for which a reliable estimate can be made?
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Inspectors and Officers (Salaries). 24 Sep 1931

    Is the right hon. Gentleman not aware that many of these rates of wages have been the subject of negotiation by existing joint machinery and are actually post-dated month after month? Is he aware that what is now proposed would be regarded by the men's representatives as undue interference with the existing machinery and certainly would be resisted?
  • Orders of the Day — National Economy Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power to make Orders Council for effecting certain economies.) 22 Sep 1931

    My name is on the Paper in support of this Amendment. The case as it presents itself to my mind is that the Government, in an attempt to effect an economy, did not hesitate to break a contract, that all that followed was the result of the indignation felt by the men in the Navy because the Government had not hesitated to break their word, and that the men in the Navy felt justified in...

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