Mr Malcolm McCorquodale

Former MP for Epsom

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Mr Malcolm McCorquodale is a former MP for Epsom.

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Former MP for Epsom

Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 6 May 1955 — General election

Also represented Sowerby

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Recent appearances

  • B.B.C. Monitoring Service (Economies) 3 May 1955

    On a point of order. I wonder if the House is aware that Mr. Deputy-Speaker has just been elected the Captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. I am sure we would wish to join in congratulating him on this honour, because we are very pleased that it has been conferred upon him.
  • Orders of the Day — Non-Industrial Employment Bill 1 Apr 1955

    May I ask the hon. Gentleman which room he finds so squalid?
  • Orders of the Day — Non-Industrial Employment Bill 1 Apr 1955

    I do not think there is any hon. Member on either side of the House who could in any way complain of the tone of either of the speeches which we have heard. They were both refreshing in their non-party approach to the matter and in the touches of humour and sincerity with which the hon. Members pleaded their cause. The hon. Member for Leek (Mr. Harold Davies) deserves great credit for having...

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