Former MP for Neath
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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he has considered the question of regionalising the police forces to be run on the lines of the N.F.S.; and whether he will make a statement on this question.
I wish, in the first place, to congratulate the hon. Lady the Member for Anglesey (Miss Lloyd George) upon the very excellent way in which she put the case for Wales at the beginning of this Debate. I want to say to her in the Welsh language "Daiawn," and that is all the Welsh I am going to say. This is an opportunity given to Wales to express its views and the needs of Wales. Wales is a...
I welcome what has been said by the Minister to the effect that he is going to reconsider the matter, but if any statement is to be made, the local authorities should know exactly what it means to the richer authorities and what it means to the poorer authorities. Will it be laid down as a general proposition, how it is to be distributed to the various authorities which are affected? I had...
Former MP for Neath
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 8 December 1945 — unknown
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