Results 1881–1882 of 1882 for speaker:Dr Shirley Summerskill

Oral Answers to Questions — Hospitals: Cervical Cancer (23 Nov 1964)

Dr Shirley Summerskill: Will my right hon. Friend give consideration to the employment on a part-time basis of married women doctors for work in this connection, since large numbers of them are seeking part-time employment but find it difficult to get?

Orders of the Day — Budget Statement (12 Nov 1964)

Dr Shirley Summerskill: I thank you, Sir Herbert, for making it possible for me to make my maiden speech to this Committee, and I ask hon. Members to show their customary indulgence on this occasion. I am extremely proud to be the new Member for Halifax. but I am also conscious of the many predecessors I follow in this capacity. The most illustrious of these was John Henry Whiteley, Speaker of this House from 1921...

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