Mr James MacColl

Former MP for Widnes

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Race Relations (Amendment) Bill 6 Feb 1970

    I feel I should ask for the indulgence of the House as a maiden speaker. Although I cannot pretend that it is a long time since I addressed the House, it is a long time since it has been left to me to decide what I shall say and how I shall say it. I am, therefore, happy to choose a Friday on a Private Member's Bill for this dangerous immersion, rather than to speak on a more vital partisan...
  • Orders of the Day — Race Relations (Amendment) Bill 6 Feb 1970

    I do not know that it need be a disadvantage. Surely, if one describes a steel band with certain particulars of the sort of people required, one would immediately convey what was wanted. In effect, my hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Mr. Hugh Jenkins) is accepting the position that if, in a hamhanded way, one produces an advertisement emphasising the racial origins of the people rather than...
  • Orders of the Day — Race Relations (Amendment) Bill 6 Feb 1970

    Is the right hon. Gentleman using the word "English" in its strictly legal interpretation, as opposed to the Scottish sense of humour?

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Former MP for Widnes

Entered the House of Commons on 23 February 1950 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 17 June 1971 — Died

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