Former MP, Sheffield Ecclesall
There may be nothing in the compensation fund. Then (a) will be the only way.
I am glad to have the opportunity to deal with one or two little questions that have come up in the course of the Debate and have not been much discussed. It is of vital importance to the industry as well as to those outside to realise—and I speak as a much-despised coalowner—that if there is to be any success for us in the future—and I am speaking of both sides of the...
The hon. Member must not take it only in small terms but must remember the aggregations which belong to the people, the great mass of insurance premiums and that sort of thing, and the great charity ownerships throughout the whole of the land. He has put the case, from one point of view, quite fairly, but he must not leave these considerations out of account.
Former MP for Sheffield Ecclesall
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election
Also represented Winchester; Wakefield
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