Former MP, Edinburgh North
Despite the speech which has just been made. I appeal to the House to carry the Amendment unanimously. Nobody will be injured; nobody requires to come here to-morrow who feels that his presence is more urgently needed elsewhere, and if the hon. and gallant Gentleman who has just spoken and the other party Whips are going to act in this way it can only be taken as meaning that private Members...
I am sure that this Bill has the heartiest sympathy of Members in all parts of the House. If the Scottish Health Department can do anything to relieve the sufferings of those who are afflicted with this terrible disease, I am quite certain it will be the desire of every Member of this House to afford every opportunity in that direction. In this matter I feel confident the Secretary for...
Would the Under-Secretary be prepared to meet representatives of the local authorities?
Former MP for Edinburgh North
Entered the House of Commons on 15 January 1910 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 9 October 1924 — General election
Also represented Leigh
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