Mr George Lambert

Former MP for Torrington

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Trustee Savings Banks Bill 15 Nov 1957

    At the outset of the very few remarks I propose to address to the House, I feel that I should declare an interest in this Bill, because I have the privilege of being a trustee of the Devon and Exeter Savings Bank. The Financial Secretary, in moving the Second Reading, said that the oldest and newest organisations to encourage thrift were probably the most successful. I think the success of...
  • Gas and Electricity 9 Nov 1954

    I agree with the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Blyth (Mr. Robens) when he says that there is too much advertising by the gas and electricity industries, and I also agree that these two industries should be working together for the benefit of the consumer. The right hon. Gentleman also said that the gas industry was forming a national grid and going in for more integration. In my part of...
  • Gas and Electricity 9 Nov 1954

    I am sorry. In talking about "we" I meant the South-Western Electricity Board.

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Former MP for Torrington

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

Left the House of Commons on 17 February 1958 — unknown

Also represented South Molton

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