Former MP, Windsor
Is there not an arrangement—voluntary, of course—between the Board of Admiralty and the Sea Cadets' organisation?
The hon. Member for Derby (Mr. Noel-Baker) deprecated the introduction into this vital problem of anything that would tend to cause dissension. He said that on behalf of the Labour party. I thoroughly agree, and my object in rising is to ask the Government and the Labour party and all whom it may concern always to remember that good advice in our dealings with the Colonies. He spoke also of...
Is not this the first time this allegation has been made in regard to this district? Arc not the arrangements generally extremely satisfactory for the evacuees, and have not these great houses been taken advantage of to the fullest extent?
Former MP for Windsor
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 May 1942 — Died
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