Mr Robert McIntyre

Former MP for Motherwell

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — National Health 12 Jun 1945

    The Minister of Health indicated earlier to-day that in a general way there had been-some improvement in the health of the people, and that that might be due to the Government's food policy. In other words, the health of some individuals is better because they have been getting the present British Government's food ration. There is some truth in that, as my lion. Friend the Member for the...
  • Orders of the Day — National Health 12 Jun 1945

    If what the hon. and gallant Member says is true then London is very different from every other town and city and village in the whole world. I rather think, however, that he is looking through the wrong end of a telescope. If we are to see that the health of the Scottish people is improved then we must look to our land policy, and use all our resources for our own folk. The Minister did not...
  • Orders of the Day — National Health 12 Jun 1945

    The Minister painted a glowing picure in other respects; but two of the chief indices of general health are infant mortality and the tuberculosis rate. Both are disturbingly high, the former about 68 per 1,000, which is nearly double the figure for England. We have not yet heard what the Under-Secretary has to say on these matters. No Government statement on Scotland has yet been made in this...

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Former MP for Motherwell

Entered the House of Commons on 12 April 1945 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election

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