Mr Frederick Thomson

Former MP for Aberdeen South

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: British Army (Kilmainham Hospital Trust). 7 Jun 1934

    I have been asked to reply. I regret that I am unable to say.
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Prison Service, Scotland (Store Warders). 14 May 1934

    My right hon. Friend has carefully considered a petition by the store warders in the Scottish prisons for assimilation, like the clerks in the English prisons, into the General Clerical Class of the Civil Service; but such assimilation would not, in his view, be warranted as the store warders, unlike the clerks referred to, are a uniformed discipline grade whose duties include the handling of...
  • Indian Constitutional Reform. 22 Nov 1933

    May I, as Chief Scottish Unionist Whip, point out to my Noble Friend that she has actually spoken up and down the country in Scotland giving her views on the White Paper, and that she actually spoke in my own constituency without communicating with me?

More of Mr Frederick Thomson’s recent appearances


Former MP for Aberdeen South

Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 21 April 1935 — Died

Previous MPs in this constituency

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