Mr James Lockwood

Former MP for Shipley

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Mr James Lockwood is a former MP for Shipley.

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Former MP for Shipley

Entered the House of Commons on 6 November 1930 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 25 October 1935 — General election

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  • Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment as to moneys payable under policies of life insurance effected for purposes of estate duty.) 12 Jun 1934

    I should like to explain to the Committee the reasons why we are moving the new Clause. I support it for several practical reasons. I have followed the profession of a solicitor, and have had to deal with the difficulties of estates where they consist not of liquid assets but of a variety of forms of property, and it is undoubted that the necessity for some such provision as this increases...

    I rise to support the Bill as a practising solicitor of many years experience. Although it seems a very simple Measure, it is one of far-reaching importance. I think it is our duty, as the junior branch of the profession, to put the points that arise on it before the House as we see them in the course of our daily practice. It seems to me that it is admitted that the administration of justice...
  • Orders of the Day — Ottawa Agreements Bill. 3 Nov 1932

    The speech of the hon. Member for Mansfield (Mr. C. Brown) has been very interesting. It gives us on this side of the House ideas that perhaps we had not before. I quite agree with him that, throughout this Debate, so far as there has been any accord, our ideas have been more with the official Opposition than with the Liberal Members below the Gangway who form the second Opposition. I say...

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