Former MP, Edinburgh South
The rates of the City of Edinburgh when I was City Treasurer were 7s. 11 d, in the £.
The House will be agreeably pleased at the maiden speech of the hon. Member for Bilston (Mr. R. Edwards). He disclaimed any intention of being controversial. I doubt whether he wholly succeeded in that laudable desire, but I am certain that the House will look forward to hearing him on future occasions when he is admittedly controversial, because he seems to possess the equipment to be a...
I am not referring to antiquity but to the ability of the hon. Member for Bilston. His was an interesting and challenging speech and, if I may use his own words, a non-controversial speech. I had the feeling that it had the stuff of incipient controversy in it, and I hope that in future the hon. Member will not feel himself inhibited by the fact that his views may be little shared by his hon....
Former MP for Edinburgh South
Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 2 May 1957 — unknown
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