Former MP for Lincoln
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The following Question stood on the Paper in the name of 43 To ask Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the adverse exchange prevailing between sterling and dollars, resulting in loss to Great Britain in the redemption of our debt to the United States, was contemplated by the Debt Funding Commission when the agreement was made; what approximately has been, the amount of that loss to date...
84. asked the Minister of Health whether it is proposed by the Ministry to enlist the services of the chairman, vice-chairman, and other representatives of the recent joint conference on necessitous areas in framing the statement, relative to those areas, which is to be submitted to the Government; and whether that statement is to be considered by the Government without delay?
58. asked the Minister of Labour whether he is now in a position to report as to the progress made in the negotiations for co-operative work between employers and representatives of employés in the building trade to facilitate schemes for housing?
Former MP for Lincoln
Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 9 October 1924 — General election
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