Mr Wesley Perrins

Former MP for Birmingham, Yardley

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Recent appearances

  • Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) 25 Nov 1948

    Before the hon. Gentleman sits down, may I say that I was most interested in his argument that it is a bad thing to mix politics and business? Would he care to give the House the advantage of his opinion on the appeal for funds made by Lord Woolton to manufacturers?
  • Orders of the Day — Gas Bill 16 Jun 1948

    First of all I should like to say that the hon. and gallant Member for New Forest and Christchurch (Colonel Crosthwaite-Eyre) is not really informed on the subject on which he has been speaking, for it is fairly obvious that if he read reliable newspapers he would be better informed. Apparently he does not even bother to read or understand his own Press. He said there has not been a strike...
  • Orders of the Day — Gas Bill 16 Jun 1948

    Very well, 20 years. I wonder if he recalls what happened in Manchester as recently as 1944. That is not so very long ago. The approach of the hon. and gallant Gentleman is the approach of many people to this problem, that because there has been no industrial trouble in the gas industry, therefore, it must be happy in its industrial relationship. The statement may appear correct, but the...

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Former MP for Birmingham, Yardley

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 3 February 1950 — General election

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