Former MP for Ogmore
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I will not follow the hon. Member for East Rhondda (Mr. Mainwaring) in his violent denunciation. I congratulate the Government upon this White Paper, which shows a remarkable record of achievement during a time when there were tremendous difficulties to overcome, not merely in this country but also abroad. It is because I think we should appreciate the tremendous achievements of the...
We have listened to a number of speeches, some of which have condemned this proposal, but I want to congratulate the Government on having brought forward this scheme. I really think that this will be a good thing for Wales. We know that over the years, there has been a clamant demand for Home Rule for Wales and for a Secretary of State for Wales, but it is perfectly clear that without...
asked the Attorney-General whether, in view of the time that must elapse before the Report of the Departmental Committee on Leaseholds can be received, he will consider whether action should be taken to enable leases nearing their expiration, to be extended on the same terms as at present, in all cases where this is desired by the leaseholder.
Former MP for Ogmore
Entered the House of Commons on 4 June 1946 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 3 February 1950 — General election
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