Sir Alan McLean

Former MP for Norfolk South Western

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. 12 Jul 1935

    The House has looked at the sugar-beet industry from many angles. I want to look at it from the point of view of those concerned in the agricultural industry, the farmers, smallholders and agricultural workers. It is a factor in the situation and not the only factor, but one that the House ought to consider. I believe that if this assistance to the sugar beet industry was suddenly...
  • Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. 12 Jul 1935

    That is not practical. The Greene Committee do suggest potatoes. But this House knows perfectly well that we are already producing all the potatoes we can profitably produce, and that in the last year or two we have had to get rid of the surplus by riddling out the small potatoes, and last year some of the excessively big potatoes. If we turn to other root crops such as mangolds, swedes,...
  • Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. 12 Jul 1935

    The rents vary enormously as my hon. Friend knows. A smallholding in a rich fen district is much more valuable than a smallholding in what we call the high land in Norfolk. The Committee point out that it is a question of the smallholding being given up and the impossibility of letting. At a time when Members in all parts of the House wish to see a great increase in smallholdings, it seems...

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Former MP for Norfolk South Western

Entered the House of Commons on 6 December 1923 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 25 October 1935 — General election

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