Sir Kenneth Pickthorn

Former MP for Carlton

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Packington Estate, Islington (Council on Tribunals' Report) 2 Mar 1966

    On a point of order. The Minister has chattered almost continuously throughout every speech except that of his hon. and learned Friend the Member for Dulwich (Mr. S. C. Silkin). Is it in order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for him to make it so difficult for the rest of us to listen to the debate?
  • Leasehold Reform 28 Feb 1966

    The eloquence of the hon. Member for Swansea, East (Mr. McBride) was extremely reminiscent of that of Mr. Lloyd George, but I am not sure that his logic was as good as that of Mr. Lloyd George, at its best. He told us, if I may have his attention—
  • Leasehold Reform 28 Feb 1966

    I do not think that that kind of interruption is anything short of cheating. It has nothing whatever to do with the argument, and interruptions are intended for that purpose. I propose to refer particularly to the hon. Gentleman's telling us of a horrible story—apparently, the worst he could think of—in Cardiff, where stories are pretty horrible, as we have been told several times...

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Former MP for Carlton

Entered the House of Commons on 14 November 1935 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 March 1966 — General election

Also represented Cambridge University

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