Colonel Ralph Glyn

Former MP for Abingdon

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs 12 May 1953

    I find myself very much in agreement with what the hon. Gentleman the Member for Woolwich, East (Mr. Mayhew) has just said, especially as there are currents and tides flowing which are difficult to assess at present. When the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Glasgow, Kelvingrove (Lieut.-Colonel Elliot) was talking it occurred to me that while there may be slack water now it will prove to...
  • Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs 12 May 1953

    I dare say that with modern communications that is true, but we are in the position now that we cannot transfer the stores in the Canal Zone at a quicker rate than 1,000 tons a week, and that is good going. There are enormous accumulations of material there, some of it of great value. I am sure the Opposition would agree that it is not right for the Government of this country lightly to throw...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Shipping: Fire Precautions 11 May 1953

    Will my right hon. Friend consult a committee of the Shipping Council and the Shipbuilders Association in regard to any improvements to the last Convention in regard to this matter, if recent evidence indicates that reforms are necessary?

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Former MP for Abingdon

Entered the House of Commons on 14 December 1918 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 3 June 1953 — unknown

Also represented Clackmannan and Eastern

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