Former MP, Greenwich
I hope the Home Office will pay serious attention to the arguments which have been put forward to-day. Those of us who are in close touch with our constituents have often realised what strange decisions are sometimes come to by medical practitioners. How many men and women have been graded A.1 and taken into the Services who, in the course of a few days or weeks, have shown that they are very...
I am sorry at this late stage to have to raise a point of very great importance, one of the most important points we have had. It will not take long, so hon. Members need not be anxious. The question is with reference to the syllabus. A great anxiety has been felt in many parts of the country as to what may be the contents of the syllabus. The Cambridgeshire syllabus is being cited constantly...
The Cambridgeshire syllabus.
Former MP for Greenwich
Entered the House of Commons on 15 November 1922 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1945 — General election
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