Mr James Hope

Former MP for Sheffield Central

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  • Orders of the Day — Royal Mercantile Marine. 9 May 1929

    I am not certain whether the President of the Board of Trade could give the House information on that point, as to whether the inquiry is technically a judicial inquiry, but even if it is not, it would be entirely against the spirit of this House to discuss matters which are being inquired into while the inquiry is still on.
  • Orders of the Day — Royal Mercantile Marine. 9 May 1929

    That is obviously out of order.
  • Orders of the Day — Royal Mercantile Marine. 9 May 1929

    It would require legislation to prevent them from doing so and to force them to keep works open. This is an occasion when anything can be discussed which could have been discussed on the Estimates, and the hon. Member can refer to anything that he regards as waste in the course of administration, but he cannot discuss questions of future policy which would require legislation.

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Former MP for Sheffield Central

Entered the House of Commons on 1 October 1900 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 May 1929 — General election

Also represented Sheffield, Brightside

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