Hon. Arthur Nall-Cain

Former MP for Liverpool Wavertree

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Hon. Arthur Nall-Cain is a former MP for Liverpool Wavertree.

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Former MP for Liverpool Wavertree

Entered the House of Commons on 23 June 1931 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 21 November 1934 — unknown

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. 19 Apr 1934

    I was very pleased to hear the Chancellor of the Exchequer say that the surplus was to be used to relieve those classes who suffered most when the crisis was acute. We have just heard a speaker talking about the County of Durham. As I sit for a constituency in the North I know only too well the position of the depressed areas, and I do not think the hon. Member is really justified in saying...
  • Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. 19 Apr 1934

    Extra out of the Unemployment Fund. That means a total of £8,400,000. I am glad that the Chancellor has taken 6d. off the Income Tax instead of giving back the reliefs. It will be a great thing for industry and far more spectacular to have 6d. off, and I am sure that, although some people may not benefit from it as they would by giving back the reliefs, it will help very much more largely in...
  • Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill.: Clause 43. — (Unemployment Assistance Fund.) 27 Feb 1934

    My constituency is a part of Liverpool and there is one point arising on this Clause which is causing much concern to the local authorities there. That is in regard to the framing of their budgets in relation to the cost of unemployment during the year 1934–35. Every month before this Measure becomes operative the city of Liverpool is paying a larger proportion for unemployment than it will...

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