Mr Thomas Dugdale

Former MP for Richmond (Yorks)

About your former Member of Parliament

Mr Thomas Dugdale is a former MP for Richmond (Yorks).

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Recent appearances

  • The West Indies (Gift of Mace) 17 Dec 1958

    Mr. Speaker, the House will recollect that, on 19th November, on a Motion by the Leader of the House, leave of absence was given to the right hon. Gentleman the Member for South Shields (Mr. Ede), my hon. Friend the Member for Tavistock (Sir H. Studholme) and myself to present, on behalf of the House, a Mace to the House of Representatives of The West Indies. I now have to report that the...
  • Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill 19 Mar 1958

    It is some time since I had the honour of intervening in an agricultural debate and it is a very great pleasure to do so following the hon. and learned Member for Cardigan (Mr. Bowen). I know, from some experience of our debates, the interesting contributions that the hon. and learned Member makes and which bring to our discussions the atmosphere of Welsh Wales. I agree with many of the...
  • Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill 19 Mar 1958

    I shall deal with that point before I sit down. I want to refer now to the speech made yesterday by the right hon. Member for Don Valley. He let his imagination run riot. He conjured up every kind of bogy which would devour the poor unsuspecting farmer. That would not be so bad were it not for the possibility that some farmers might think that what the right hon. Gentleman said was right. It...

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