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Sir Alfred Warren

Former MP for Edmonton

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill.: Pensions Administration. 2 Aug 1922

    However much we admire the ability and the versatility of the hon. Member (Mr. Hopkinson) on the many occasions on which he amuses the House by the remarks he has to make, we strongly protest against the cold-blooded, unsympathetic attitude adopted by him in this question of pensions and the operations of the Pensions Ministry. There can hardly be a Member of the House who, during the last...
  • National Health Insurance Bill. 24 May 1922

    I am obliged to the Minister in charge of the Bill for the complimentary remarks he made in the course of his speech, in which he recognised the indebtedness under which he laboured to the approved societies and to the members of the Consultative Council for the services they had rendered him in a very difficult situation. I hope that during the progress of this Measure, and before the final...
  • National Expenditure.: Savings Already Effected. 1 Mar 1922

    I propose to take a very few moments of the time of the House, because, generally speaking, I am in perfect agreement with the Reports which have been issued, and I would like respectfully to congratulate the "men of goodwill," who have given so much time and attention to the compilation of the Reports before us. They have entered into every Department, every commitment, and practically every...

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Former MP for Edmonton

Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 26 October 1922 — General election

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