Mr Harold Morris

Former MP for Bristol East

Recent appearances

  • Workmen's Compensation. 21 Mar 1923

    I must confess to a certain feeling of disappointment when I heard the hon. Member who moved this Motion say that it does not propose to alter the existing law. I cannot help feeling that no one who has sat in this House to-night, and has heard the speeches that have been delivered, can do otherwise than come to the conclusion that it is not a question of codification, but a question of...
  • Orders of the Day — Deportations to Ireland. 19 Mar 1923

    As I sum up the Resolution which has been so ably moved, I think it resolves itself into one question—under whose jurisdiction and under whose control are these men and women at the present time? One cannot really deal with that question and the points that arise under it without going back for a moment to what took place in this House a week ago. I do not propose to trespass outside the...
  • Orders of the Day — Deportations to Ireland. 19 Mar 1923

    If it be that the handing over of these men and women to the Irish Free State comes under the third of the alternatives which I have named, I should like to know, and I think the House would like to know, what arrangements were made to make that internment, which the Secretary of State originally had put into force, still his internment, although in effect these men and women are within the...

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Former MP for Bristol East

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

Left the House of Commons on 16 November 1923 — General election

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