Mr Robert Armitage

Former MP for Leeds Central

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Recent appearances

  • Class Ii.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. 18 May 1922

    In the interesting review of the coal industry which the Minister gave, he referred to two Departments of the Ministry upon which I should like to say a few words on the question of safety and the question of health. The first point I should like to draw attention to is the question of the winding enginemen. One of the most responsible duties in a big modern pit is that of the winding...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry Dispute.: State Receipts. 23 Jun 1921

    104. asked the Secretary for Mines what sum of money the country has received from the coal mines since August, 1914?
  • Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Clause 10. — (Power As To Railway Wagons.) 7 Jul 1919

    I want to bring before the right hon. Gentleman the fact that repairers undertake repairs for a considerable term of years for a certain set of wagons. They on their side make their contracts for springs, tyres, axles, and so forth. All those contracts would remain, although the contracts for the repairing of the wagons would be determined by this. Act. I am sure there must be some mistake...

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Former MP for Leeds Central

Entered the House of Commons on 12 January 1906 — General election

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

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