Air Commodore William Helmore

Former MP for Watford

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation 20 Mar 1945

    It is not my intention to rove over the whole field of this White Paper, nor do I propose to place it in the frame of our history, and survey it from various angles in the interesting way achieved just now by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Devonport (Mr. HoreBelisha). I propose to deal with what I regard as one of the three prime essentials of any system of air transport. These three...
  • Class I: Civil Aviation 26 Jan 1945

    In the course of his speech my honourable Friend the Member for South-East St. Pancras (Sir A. Beit) used a particularly glowing phrase. He referred to the "science of transportation." That is a matter on which I will detain the Committee for only a few minutes because I do not propose to intervpene on the general subject of the Debate, which is largely concerned, and quite rightly, with...
  • Research and Scientific Knowledge 19 Apr 1944

    May I remind my hon. Friend that there is a Section in the Patents Acts of 1929–32 which makes it illegal to withhold processes from development?

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Former MP for Watford

Entered the House of Commons on 23 February 1943 — unknown

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

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