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Mr James Walton

Former MP for Don Valley

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Trade Union Act (1913) Amendment Bill. 19 May 1922

    As a trade unionist of 40 years' standing I wish to give my support to tins Bill, and as a contributor to the political fund of the trade union to which I belong, I also wish to support the Bill. I suppose my support to this Bill may be regarded as a further act of criminality on my part and as another evidence of my antagonism to the trade union movement. I should like to assure this House...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Foot-and-Mouth Disease. 15 Mar 1922

    74. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he is aware that after the slaughter at Wellington, Durham, of three beasts affected by foot-and-mouth disease belonging to the cooperative society, the head, feet, and offal were destroyed and the remaining parts were certified fit for human consumption and sent into another district for the purpose; whether he is aware that at Denaby and Mexborough,...
  • Orders of the Day — Ministry of Mines Bill. 30 Jun 1920

    I hope the House will extend to me the indulgence which I know it is always prepared to extend to Members when, for the first time, they rise to address this House. I think it is only fair that, as a working miner of 40 years' standing, I should have a word or two to say in this Debate. I am prepared to support the Second Reading of the Bill, not that I believe that everything within the...

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Former MP for Don Valley

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

Left the House of Commons on 26 October 1922 — General election

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