Mr Osbert Peake

Former MP for Leeds North East

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Recent appearances

  • National Assistance 7 Dec 1955

    I wanted to interrupt the hon. Gentleman a little earlier to ask him about a point with which he was dealing then. He has asked whether or not the Assistance Board had decided upon something at a date when a deputation, to which the hon. Gentleman was a party, went to see the Board. If I knew the date upon which the hon. Gentleman went to see the Board, it would make it easier for me to give...
  • National Assistance 7 Dec 1955

    I am very interested in this part of the hon. Member's speech. Has he composed a special index of his own to arrive at these figures, or has he taken them from one of the recognised public indices?
  • National Assistance 7 Dec 1955

    We have had a very good debate on these Regulations. Nobody who has sat in the House as long as I have, like the right hon. Member for Llanelly (Mr. J. Griffiths) whom I see opposite, will fail to note the very great difference in the way in which these debates are carried on since we joined the House some thirty years ago. It seems to me that the contributions from all sides of the House are...

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Former MP for Leeds North East

Entered the House of Commons on 30 May 1929 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 9 February 1956 — unknown

Also represented Leeds North

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