Admiral Sir Roger Keyes

Former MP for Portsmouth North

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Civil Servants' Pensions 15 Dec 1942

    Will the Chancellor also consider the case of Service pensioners who after the last war were given a pension based on the cost of living, that the pension was lowered as the cost of living decreased, and that finally it was stabilised when the cost of living was 40 per cent. less than it is to-day?
  • Orders of the Day — War Injuries (Compensation to Civilian Women.) 25 Nov 1942

    Suppose that in an ordnance factory there are a dozen women and one man working in a shop and there is an accident which injures them all 100 per cent. Under present Regulations what would be the difference between the compensation that the man would get and the women would get?
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Chief of Naval Air Services 14 Oct 1942

    Is not the Minister aware that there are naval officers who have had very considerable flying experience in the Fleet Air Arm but who have not been employed in connection with naval aviation during the whole course of this war?

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Former MP for Portsmouth North

Entered the House of Commons on 19 February 1934 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 23 January 1943 — unknown

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