Mr James Hudson

Former MP for Ealing North

Recent appearances

  • Land and Property (Compulsory Acquisition) 25 Mar 1955

    On a point of order. We have already had from you, Mr. Speaker, a Ruling in the matter of the hydrogen bomb. If we go on now to the general question of defence and the Minister is to be invited to make a reply on that point, shall we be in order in pursuing the matter further?
  • Land and Property (Compulsory Acquisition) 25 Mar 1955

    The question of the hardship or injustice which might be inflicted upon Her Majesty's subjects was dealt with at the beginning of this debate, very largely with reference to Crichel Down, and the argument on that has gone on at very great length. If Crichel Down can take so large a part in the discussion why is it not possible to deal with the playing fields?
  • Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Works to Which This Act Applies.) 24 Mar 1955

    Further to the point of order, Sir Rhys. Have we not already reached the word "book," and after book" are we not proposing to insert "newspaper"? "Book" is defined in the Clause as being strictly limited to one consisting wholly or mainly of stories told in pictures. …If "newspaper" is to be inserted after "book" it will be a newspaper of the same character, dealing with stories told wholly...

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Former MP for Ealing North

Entered the House of Commons on 6 December 1923 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 6 May 1955 — General election

Also represented Ealing West; Huddersfield

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