Mr David Quibell

Former MP for Brigg

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Housing 22 Mar 1945

    Does the Minister mean that there will be a standardisation in the size of baths? Will there be the same sized bath for every person?
  • Orders of the Day — Housing 22 Mar 1945

    We have had from the Minister, as usual, a most interesting speech. It is one of many that have been delivered from the Front Bench over the last 18 months, but it does seem to me that we are almost in the same position to-day as we were when the first promises were made from that bench. I remember that, when it was first proposed that we should have the temporary houses, I had the privilege...
  • Orders of the Day — Housing 22 Mar 1945

    Yes, an overriding commission. There was another statement made by the Minister to-day that I think was received with general approval by the House. I am never against being the odd man out, and, if that is my position on this occasion, I know my hon. Friends will forgive me, but the point is about this £10 limit. If that is the maximum, the Minister is making the biggest mistake he could...

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Former MP for Brigg

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

Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election

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