Mr Gervais Rentoul

Former MP for Lowestoft

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Mr Gervais Rentoul is a former MP for Lowestoft.

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Former MP for Lowestoft

Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 31 January 1934 — unknown

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Road and Rail Traffic Bill. 21 Jul 1933

    Before we finally pass this Bill I am very anxious to say a few words, as it is a Measure in which, from the commencement, I have taken a very deep interest—not an interest of any personal kind, because I have no interest of that sort in either road or rail, or any other transport organisation, but because the proposals in this Bill seem to me of considerable public importance, and, either...
  • Orders of the Day — Road and Rail Traffic Bill.: Clause 10. — (Objections to certain applications for licences, or variations of licences.) 20 Jul 1933

    I beg to move, in page 14, line 11, at the end, to insert the words, and such inquiries shall be held in public. This is another Amendment of the same extremely reasonable and hopeful kind that I moved last night, which the Minister was gracious enough to accept. I hope that he will take a similar course with regard to this Amendment, because I believe it is only right and proper that a...
  • Private Business.: Road and Rail Traffic Bill. 20 Jul 1933

    I beg to move, as an Amendment to the proposed Amendment, in line 11, to leave out the word "Coastwise." I have another Amendment in the same line to leave out "1" and to insert instead thereof "2." The point is that there should be on this Advisory Committee two representatives of the shipping industry, without specifying whether coastwise or not. I am sure the Parliamentary Secretary...

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