Former MP for Wycombe
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30. asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware that three mills of Jackson's Millboard and Paper Company, Limited, Bourne End, Bucks, will be compelled to close this week unless they can obtain delivery of coal; whether the Stanton Company, Pleasley Colliery, from whom this company obtain coal, refuse to supply on the ground that the railway companies do not clear the trucks; whether...
34. asked the First Commissioner of Works whether, as the necessary expenditure was sanctioned on 9th July by the Treasury, he will hasten the removal of the allotted huts from Clivedon, Tap low, to High Wycombe, where they are required to provide class-rooms for training discharged and disabled sailors arid soldiers?
73. asked the Under-Secretary of State to the Air Ministry whether the pay of a second-lieutenant of the Royal Flying Corps was 12s. per day as equipment officer; whether on transfer to the Royal Air Force these officers received a form stating that their pay would not be reduced; and, if so, whether he can state why such an officer on promotion to lieutenant and appointment as court-martial...
Former MP for Wycombe
Entered the House of Commons on 18 February 1914 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 16 November 1923 — General election
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