Mr Rupert Gwynne

Former MP for Eastbourne

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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

  • Orders of the Day — SOUTHERN RAILWAY BILL (By Order) 29 Jul 1924

    We who represent constituencies in the areas served by the Southern Railway are placed in a very difficult position to-night, because, while we do not want to obstruct this Bill, which is going, possibly, to improve the railway system, or find work for the unemployed, yet we feel that to let this Bill go through at the present stage would be a mistake, unless we could get some assurance from...
  • Orders of the Day — SOUTHERN RAILWAY BILL (By Order) 29 Jul 1924

    Otherwise we shall be compelled to obstruct the Amendments to the best of our ability. I hope that my right hon. Friend will see his way to give us this assurance, and I invite him to do so.
  • Orders of the Day — SOUTHERN RAILWAY BILL (By Order) 29 Jul 1924

    In view of the statement made by the right hon. Gentleman, as far as I and many of my friends are concerned, we are willing to withdraw our objection, on the distinct understanding that our grievances will be very favourably considered. I hope that the Mover of the Amendment will take the same course. We do not want to obstruct the Bill, but to safeguard the interests of our constituents.

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Former MP for Eastbourne

Entered the House of Commons on 15 January 1910 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 9 October 1924 — General election

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