Mr John Lort-Williams

Former MP for Bermondsey Rotherhithe

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Mr John Lort-Williams is a former MP for Bermondsey Rotherhithe.

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Former MP for Bermondsey Rotherhithe

Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 16 November 1923 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Profiteering Act.: Syrup. 3 May 1920

    75. asked the Food Controller whether he is aware that several hundreds of barrels of syrup have been lying on the quays in the Surrey Commercial Docks for considerably over two years, and that in hot weather the syrup oozes from the barrels and runs to waste; and whether it would be possible, without gravely interfering with the food control of the Government, to arrange for this syrup to be...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Profiteering Act.: Rice. 3 May 1920

    76. asked the Food Controller whether the importation of rice is still controlled; whether only limited quantities are being issued to the millers for the purpose of polishing and distributing to the retail trade; whether, in consequence, rice mills are for many weeks or months together at a standstill; whether he is aware that Messrs. Car-butts, in Bermondsey, have been prevented from...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Congested Districts (Bermondsey). 17 Nov 1919

    84. asked the Minister of Health whether he is urging municipal authorities in congested districts, such as Bermondsey, to build more houses; whether he is aware that the number of houses and the population in that district are already far in excess of any standard which is considered healthy; whether any such increase will be a reactionary step contrary to any wise housing policy, and making...

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