Mr Gwilym Rowlands

Former MP for Flintshire

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Welsh Affairs 17 Oct 1944

    I should like to join my Welsh colleagues in thanking the Government for this opportunity of dealing with Welsh matters. I hope the discussion will result in practicable suggestions being put to them to make certain that there will be no unemployment but that work at reasonable wages will be available for all when the switch-over from war to peace comes. Mast people realise that preparations...
  • Orders of the Day — Point of Ayr Collieries (Control) 13 May 1943

    When I gave notice on 6th April that I would call the attention of the House to the Government taking over the control of the Point of Ayr Collieries I hoped that a settlement would have been arrived at and that it would not be necessary to deal further with the matter. Unfortunately such has not been the case, and I feel it my duty as the Member for the Division in which this colliery is...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power: Point of Ayr Collieries (Control) 6 Apr 1943

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power why he has found it necessary to take over the control of the Point of Ayr Collieries, Ffynnongroew, Flintshire?

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Former MP for Flintshire

Entered the House of Commons on 14 November 1935 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election

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