Former MP for Carlisle
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I beg to move. That leave be given to bring in a Bill to provide for the election of Members of Parliament by means of the system of the single transferable vote in any constituency in which the demand has manifested itself by local action. I do not think that I have need to dilate at length on the nature of the proposal in my proposed Bill. The question of the alternative vote has come up...
I join hon. Members in complimenting the hon. Member for Eton and Slough (Mr. Brockway) on his very assiduous investigation into this case and the manner in which he has presented it to the House. It undoubtedly sows the seeds of doubt in our minds about the conviction of Hanratty. I hope that my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary will consider this case carefully and will accede to the...
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will reconsider his decision in regard to the refusal of a resettlement grant for 23517380 Guardsman E. J. Richardson, Scots Guards, discharged from the service consequent on the loss of his right eye owing to an accident sustained while on training.
Former MP for Carlisle
Entered the House of Commons on 26 May 1955 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 25 September 1964 — General election
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