Former MP, Brighton
I do not think the right hon. Gentleman the Secretary of State will be disappointed with the reception which the proposals of the Government have had or at the response which his speech will meet with in India. The hon. Member for North Camberwell (Mr. Ammon) said that we were no nearer to a solution of India's problem than we were two years ago. On the whole that is a true statement, but he...
I am very sorry to have misunderstood the hon. Member, but I do not think that the Government of India are so out of touch with public opinion. I think the fact that they have been able to procure these very representative gentlemen from all classes and creeds of the India community to sit on the Executive Council and on this new Defence Council does show that there is a very great body of...
I have been asked to reply. The returns of road accidents furnished by the police are not generally available until the end of the calendar year to which they relate. It was considered desirable this year to ask for a special return in respect of the first nine months of this year. As the figures are in tabular form, I propose to circulate them in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
Former MP for Brighton
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 10 November 1941 — unknown
Also represented Weston-Super-Mare
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