Former MP, Birmingham, Yardley
asked the Prime Minister whether arrangements can be made for the well being of the scientific instrument making industry to become the responsibility solely of his own department; and whether he can make an early announcement as to how this industry is to be protected in the post-war period and enabled in particular to benefit from the closing down or control of the scientific instrument...
asked the Lord President of the Council, in view of the fact that no reports have been issued by the Medical or Agricultural Research Councils or Department of Scientific and Industrial Research for the past five years, what steps it is intended to take to issue reports as soon as possible dealing with such of their activities during the war as can be published without security objection;...
asked the Lord President of the Council whose responsibility it is to ensure that at the earliest opportunity the maximum publicity is given to British scientific achievements connected with the war; and whether he is satisfied that sufficient attention is being paid to this matter.
Former MP for Birmingham, Yardley
Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election
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