Former MP, Chelsea
All beds in Roehampton Hospital are equipped for headphones, but at present a number of these instruments are under repair or awaiting repair. My right hon. Friend is making every effort to remedy this position. In the meantime, a complete headphone service is maintained in the wards set aside for very sick cases, and it is only in other wards, which are temporarily deficient in working...
The case has been referred back to the tribunal, and I hope the date of resumption will soon be fixed.
The actual fixing of the date for the sitting of the tribunal is the responsibility of my Noble Friend the Lord Chancellor, but it is hoped that it will be at an early date.
Former MP for Chelsea
Entered the House of Commons on 11 October 1944 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election
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