Lieut-Colonel James Horlick

Former MP, Gloucester

Gloucester

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Road Transport Lighting Bill. 1 Apr 1927

    I want to put in a plea for the Second Reading of the Bill. There are many points which can be amended in Committee. Everyone who has spoken has agreed on that. I do not wish to deal with the latter part of the speech of the hon. Member for Rotherhithe (Mr. B. Smith), in which he referred to the advisability of this Bill being brought in at the present time. I understand that the Minister...
  • Orders of the Day — First Schedule. — (Amended rates of Duties on certain mechanically-propelled vehicles.) 21 Jun 1926

    I beg to move, in page 37, line 18, to leave out the words "of £10," and to insert instead thereof the words being a trailer not exceeding 2 tons in weight unladen—£2.being a trailer exceeding 2 tons in weight unladen—4 The object of this Amendment is to reduce the proposed tax on trailers drawn by motor vehicles. The present tax is £10, which seems to me to be...
  • Orders of the Day — Roads Improvement Bill. 30 Mar 1925

    I wish to say a few words on behalf of what appears to me to be a most excellent Bill. I think everybody realises the gravity of the state of the unclassified rural roads, but there is one point of view which has not yet been put forward, and that is that the great majority of motorists—and it is the motorists who find the money for this Road Fund—come from urban districts, and...

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