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Oral Answers to Questions — Mexico (Debt). (30 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Is it a matter of complete indifference to the British Government whether British investors lose their money or not in foreign loans?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (23 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Protection. [HON. MEMBERS: "Higher wages."]

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (23 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: The only answer to it is that the moon is made of green cheese.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Street Accidents. (22 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: 44. asked the Minister of Transport how many accidents and collisions to motor vehicles have occurred during the current year at the crossing of the roads in the centre of Eaton Square and from Eccleston Street to Belgrave Place, at the cross-roads in Chester Square, and in Eccleston Square at the junction of Belgrave Road and Gillingham Street, respectively; and whether he proposes taking...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Street Accidents. (22 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Does not the hon. Gentleman think that 34 accidents is pretty bad in one season?

LANARKSHIRE HYDROELECTRIC POWER BILL [Lords] (by Order). ( 9 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: What about the question of the unemployed?

LANARKSHIRE HYDROELECTRIC POWER BILL [Lords] (by Order). ( 9 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: These companies do not work for charity.

LANARKSHIRE HYDROELECTRIC POWER BILL [Lords] (by Order). ( 9 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: I am in most hearty agreement with you. I am on the Clyde myself.

Orders of the Day — Supply. — [14TH Allotted Day.]: Foreign Office. ( 7 Jul 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Are these gentlemen diplomats?

Orders of the Day — London Traffic Bill.: Clause 1. — (Constitution of Advisory Committee.) (24 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Does the hon. Member call that being impartial?

Orders of the Day — Imperial Preference. (18 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Who is your tailor?

Orders of the Day — Imperial Preference. (18 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: We do it for the sake of our children.

Orders of the Day — Imperial Preference. (18 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: But what has that to do with Churchillism?

Orders of the Day — Imperial Preference. (17 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: The difference is that you manufacture the wool, but you eat the mutton chops.

Orders of the Day — Imperial Preference. (17 Jun 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Give me time to think over it.

Civil Services and Revenue Departments Estimates, 1924–25.: Ministry of Labour. (22 May 1924)

Mr James Erskine: Are you going to the country on that?

Orders of the Day — Nationalisation of Mines and Minerals Bill. (16 May 1924)

Mr James Erskine: It is robbery. If you take my money, it is robbery.

Orders of the Day — Nationalisation of Mines and Minerals Bill. (16 May 1924)

Mr James Erskine: We did not know that competition pulled down prices.

Oral Answers to Questions — Italy (Debt to Great Britain). (13 May 1924)

Mr James Erskine: 57. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether Italy has given any indication as to what she proposes doing in the way of paying either her debt to us or the interest thereon?

Orders of the Day — Government of Scotland Bill. ( 9 May 1924)

Mr James Erskine: You do not show it.


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