Mr Philip Bell

Former MP for Bolton East

Recent appearances

  • Consumer Goods (Standards) 3 Jun 1960

    To use a conventional phrase, I am sure that the whole House, and particularly the Opposition, will welcome the speech of my hon. Friend the Member for Belfast, West (Mrs. McLaughlin). It was about consumers, and anything to do with consumers should be of intense interest to Members of Parliament. Although we hear a lot about workers and about employees, all people are consumers. Anybody who...
  • CHARITIES BILL [Lords] 28 Apr 1960

    I rarely find myself in disagreement with my hon. and learned Friend the Member for Darwen (Mr. Fletcher-Cooke), but the Clause 19 provisions involve two trials, one in secret by the Commissioners in which they may remove a trustee for mismanagement or breach of trust. That seems to me a most unfair provision.
  • CHARITIES BILL [Lords] 28 Apr 1960

    The words are, Where the Commissioners are satisfied". It is not that the person in fact misconducted himself or mismanaged, but that the Commissioners think he did. There may be no appeal from that; in fact there is no appeal at all.

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Former MP for Bolton East

Entered the House of Commons on 25 October 1951 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 15 November 1960 — unknown

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