Hon. Frederick Guest

Former MP for Plymouth Drake

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11th May to 2nd June 2020

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2nd to 9th June 2020

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Air Supplementary Estimate, 1936. 20 Jul 1936

    (seated and covered): On a point of Order. May I ask, Captain Bourne, whether you are putting the main Vote for the Air Services of £11,700,000 or merely a portion of it?
  • Orders of the Day — Air Supplementary Estimate, 1936. 20 Jul 1936

    You, Captain Bourne, and the Members of the House of Commons who have known me for a very long time will know that I am not going to keep hon. Members from catching their trains, but I do wish, in the space of two minutes, to bring to the attention of the Committee the importance of this immense Vote we are passing to-night. I know that you, Captain Bourne, would prefer me to raise the...
  • Class Ii.: Colonial Office. 9 Jul 1936

    It is a little hard to bring back the Debate to its starting point, because it has wandered over a very considerable field. There are, however, some of us who wish to take advantage of this opportunity to deal with a specific section of our great Colonial Empire. I should like to say a few words, although they would seem hardly necessary because my sentiments have been so admirably expressed...

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Former MP for Plymouth Drake

Entered the House of Commons on 15 January 1910 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 28 April 1937 — Died

Also represented Bristol North; Stroud; Dorset Eastern

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