Mr James Lovat-Fraser

Former MP for Lichfield

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. 17 Dec 1937

    I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a Second time." This Bill is entitled: A Bill to restrict the use of the name Architect to Registered Architects and to extend the time within which practising architects may apply for registration. Last Session, when the Bill came down to the House of Commons from another place, having passed through all its stages there without amendment and...
  • Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. 17 Dec 1937

    No; anybody can register. With regard to the question of the hon. and learned Member for Greenock (Mr. Gibson), we are willing to meet those who object to there not being a Scottish representative. Those who are earning their living as architects are safeguarded by the proposal that any bona fide practising architect shall be entitled to admission to the register for two years after the...
  • Orders of the Day — Architects Registration Bill. 17 Dec 1937

    I wish to impress on the House the importance of this matter, and in doing so I will read an extract from the circular which hon. Members have received—

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