Mr Thomas Williams

Former MP for Warrington

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Mr Thomas Williams is a former MP for Warrington.

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Former MP for Warrington

Entered the House of Commons on 24 February 1949 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 1 June 1981 — unknown

Also represented Barons Court; Hammersmith South

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  • House of Commons (Procedure) 31 Oct 1979

    May I first thank the Leader of the House for his kind references to me. The House must feel indebted to him both for the open-mindedness of the response he has given to the recommendations of the Select Committee on procedure and for his forthrightness in accepting some of them and presenting them to the House for approval even though rejecting others. I noted and heard with interest the...
  • House of Commons (Procedure) 31 Oct 1979

    It is clear that the Leader of the House has set his mind against changes which he believes should be given further consideration, including the setting up of a new form of Standing Committee. For that reason I did not raise the issue. Few hon. Members will not be aware, whether or not they admit it, that the opportunities given to us by our procedures, even for the redress of grievances,...
  • House of Commons (Procedure) 31 Oct 1979

    Supply days have long since lost the purpose either of controlling the Government or redressing grievances. They are often used by the Opposition merely to table a motion on almost any topic, often totally unrelated to Supply. The hon. Member for Tiverton (Mr. Maxwell-Hyslop) may find it useful to read what is said in the report about Supply days. In comparison with these weighty matters,...

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