Mr Octavius Willey

Former MP for Cleveland

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Mr Octavius Willey is a former MP for Cleveland.

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Former MP for Cleveland

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 12 July 1952 — Died

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Recent appearances

  • Sir William Turner's Hospital at Kirkleatham Bill: Clause 1. — (Confirmation of Scheme.) 25 Jun 1951

    I support what has been said. I represent the constituency of Cleveland, and Redcar is in it. There was some uneasiness about this, but I assure the Committee that everyone is very happy about the proposals, and I hope that the matter will be carried through without any complaint.
  • Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill 17 Nov 1948

    I do not propose to follow the hon. Member for Eddisbury (Sir J. Barlow) very far in the argument he has been putting before the House, but coming as I do from a constituency which has a very large area of iron and steel plants, which are at the moment in a state of comparatively high activity, I would like to say a word or two about why I feel that this Bill is of major importance. It is not...
  • Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill 17 Nov 1948

    Certainly, but I want hon. Members to observe what he said. Creevey said to the Duke, "Will you let me ask you, Duke, what you think you will make of it?" The Duke began to talk about his association with Blücher and then, noticing a private soldier of one of the infantry regiments in the park, gaping about at the statues and images there, he said, pointing to the soldier, "It all depends on...

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