Former MP for Ashford
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35. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what revenue would be derived from a tax of half-a-crown on all bicycles in use in Great Britain; and whether the expenses of collecting such a tax would be such as to absorb any appreciable part of the proceeds?
27. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he can now snake a statement as to the inclusion of additional products under national mark schemes?
In rising to address the House for the first time, may I plead for that indulgence which the House always most generously gives to those who are undergoing that ordeal. To be perfectly frank, I admit that my feelings at this moment bear a remarkable resemblance to those which I experienced on my first passenger flight in an aeroplane, in 1912, just 20 years ago. As this is a very technical...
Former MP for Ashford
Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 February 1933 — unknown
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