Former MP, St Marylebone
Whilst I realise the difficulty to which the Attorney-General refers and accept what he says about it, he will be aware of the " Ladies Directory " case? Will he consider the possibility of instituting proceedings for conspiracy to effect a debauchery of public morals?
Will the right hon. Gentleman undertake to keep the House informed of any developments in this difficult and painful situation? Is he aware that we should be glad of any information he can give us from time to time?
Whilst I wholeheartedly agree with the last words which fell from the right hon. Gentleman, may I ask whether he is aware that the policy which my right hon. Friend has enunciated from time to time—I have not seen the latest text—is that exactly the same general position should exist as for Frenchmen and Scandinavians—and for Americans for that matter?
Former MP for St Marylebone
Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1938 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 30 June 1970 — unknown
Also represented Oxford
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