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Civil Services and Revenue Departments Supplementary Estimate, 1921–22.: Class Vi. (22 Feb 1922)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I should not have risen but for the speech to which we have just listened. Evidently the hon. Member has overlooked the striking fact that prices having risen, every civil servant is just as much entitled to expect consideration at the hands of the Treasury in these circumstances as any other body of workers in the country claimed from them employers, and I am surprised any hon. Member of...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment. (9 Feb 1922)

Mr Thomas Naylor: In rising to second this. Amendment, may I claim the indulgence usually accorded to a Member speaking in this House for the first time? Coming, as I do, from the controversial platform of a bye-election, I find it somewhat difficult to accustom myself to the more subdued atmosphere of the House of Commons. I have been convinced during the short period I have been a Member that it does not...

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