Former MP, St Ives
It was not a novel at all. It was a newspaper article.
There are two matters in this connection to which I would draw attention. Under Clause I, Sub-section (1, a), the publication must be in some sense calculated to injure public morals. It is very difficult to understand how a private letter could come within, that phraseology. I feel a little more anxiety about this Clause because that observation does not appear to apply to Subsection (1, b)....
I beg to second the Amendment. I can assure the hon. and gallant Member for Torquay (Commander Williams) that I do so in no hostile spirit to his Motion. There is much in his Motion that is useful, and perhaps necessary. I have had the opportunity of placing before two Government Departments one subject of interest to fishermen, namely, the imposition of the pilchard tax by the Italians on...
Former MP for St Ives
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons in 1928 — unknown
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