Former MP for Wimbledon
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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Works whether he has any statement to make on the question of making available to private purchasers a limited quantity of emergency paint which could be used as a temporary measure to prevent the deterioration of civilian property?
I willingly respond to the invitation of the right hon. and gallant Gentleman the Member for New-castle-under-Lyme (Colonel Wedgwood). He is under considerable confusion of ideas as to Chatham House. It was founded practically at the last Peace Conference, and the duty it undertook was the examination in as scientific a manner as possible of all international questions. It later obtained a...
Of course, when you are trying to carry out an impartial work you cannot satisfy everybody; you cannot satisfy the extreme Right or the extreme Left. At all events, there are many people who probably agreed with the view that was taken in the work to which my hon. Friend refers. In all our publications we are careful to print that the Institute takes no responsibility for individual opinions.
Former MP for Wimbledon
Entered the House of Commons on 29 October 1924 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election
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