Mr Neville Smith-Carington

Former MP for Rutland and Stamford

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Recent appearances

  • Private Business.: Clause 21. — (Power to stop up Ade1phi Terrace.) 24 Jul 1933

    As one who had the honour of being a member of the committee which inquired very carefully into the whole of this question, I should like to take this opportunity of referring to some of the matters which were brought before us. During that inquiry, we took a large amount of evidence, from a good many points of view, on both artistic and practical questions, and among other points that came...
  • Orders of the Day — Hotels and Restaurants Bill. 31 Mar 1933

    It is with pleasure that I rise to say a few words in support of this Measure. It has been rather interesting that at various times during the debate people have placed very different values on the importance of the Bill. Earlier speakers seemed to exaggerate its importance, and later on we passed to a phase when others rather minimised it. I think that perhaps the hon. Member for Harrow (Sir...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants. 20 Feb 1933

    35. asked the Minister of Pensions whether his attention has been drawn to the case of an ex-naval rating named Watts, who has failed to obtain a pension which he claimed on the ground that he was disabled as a result of the prominent part which he took in the attack on Zeebrugge in April, 1918; and whether he will make full inquiry into the case?

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Former MP for Rutland and Stamford

Entered the House of Commons on 30 October 1923 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 21 November 1933 — unknown

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