Mr Daniel Frankel

Former MP for Stepney Mile End

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — German Prisoners of War: Rations 29 May 1945

    asked the Secretary of State for War whether German prisoners are allowed a cigarette ration; if so, how many; and whether he has made inquiries to ensure that this does not contribute to the shortage in this country.
  • Housing 23 Mar 1945

    The hon. Member for Maidstone (Mr. Bossom) said that most of the generalities of this matter had been already debated, and that he was going to talk about particular things. I would like to remind him and the House that to hundreds of thousands of people in this country this is not a question of generalities but of many hard realities. During this two-days' Debate hardly anybody has had a...
  • Housing 23 Mar 1945

    We did not have any land in that district because it was so closely occupied, and you had to put people up before you could pull down to build again. Nobody knows that better than the hon. Member for South Battersea, as a member of the Housing Committee of the L.C.C., which was directly responsible for trying to rehouse these people.

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Former MP for Stepney Mile End

Entered the House of Commons on 14 November 1935 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election

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