Former MP, Manchester, Gorton
I happen to be the senior Member in the House so far as the Manchester City Council is concerned. As an ex-Labour agent in the Manchester area, with experience extending over 23 years, I claim to know something about the electoral position in the city. One has heard a number of attacks on the Boundary Commission. I believe that its job is difficult, but in Manchester it is not difficult....
I was on that Committee. I know full well what happened. The principle was integration, and there is the same principle here. We are not going to have a discussion to that effect.
As representative of the Gorton Division of Manchester, which has suffered very much indeed from the casualties in this accident, may I stress the point raised by several hon. Members—that there should be a Royal Commission and a full investigation into this subject and into our road transport?
Former MP for Manchester, Gorton
Entered the House of Commons on 11 March 1942 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 6 May 1955 — General election
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