Mr Robert Richards

Former MP for Wrexham

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Agriculture (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 19 Jan 1954

    I do not find in any quarter of the House any very great enthusiasm for this small Bill. It has been referred to several times today as a rather insignificant Bill compared with some of the Bills which have been introduced with the object of improving the production of agriculture in this country. I think, none the less, that the Bill, although it is small and confined to certain...
  • Orders of the Day — Protection of Birds Bill 4 Dec 1953

    I am sure that the whole House has been delighted with the reception which the Bill has received, and particularly with the way in which it was presented by the hon. Lady the Member for Aberdeen, South (Lady Tweedsmuir). The Bill is long overdue. Our method of protection so far has been to allow county councils and county boroughs to draw up their own schedules of the birds which they wished...
  • Orders of the Day — Protection of Birds Bill 4 Dec 1953

    I am very glad to hear that, because, originally, I believe it was included. What possible harm can he do? I believe that he does get into the blossom in April and go in search of the bug of a particular kind of worm, but, if he did not succeed in getting out the worm, that worm would undoubtedly destroy the blossom and the fruit that would otherwise ensue.

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Former MP for Wrexham

Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 22 December 1954 — Died

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