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Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action Claims. (10 Mar 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that even if the £7,000,000 is paid that payment is only made on the allotments, and that no attempt has been made to deal out justice?

Orders of the Day — Trade Facilities Bill. ( 5 Mar 1924)

...Pilkington, R. R. Spence, R. White, H. G. (Birkenhead, E.) Ponsonby, Arthur Stamford, T. W. Wignall, James Potts, John S. Stanley, Lord Williams, A. (York, W. R., Sowerby) Pringle, W. M. R. Starmer, Sir Charles Williams, Lt.-Col. T. S. B. (Kennington) Raffan, P. W. Stewart, J. (St. Rollox) Williams, Maj. A. S. (Kent, Sevenoaks) Raffety, F. W. Stranger, Innes Harold Williams, T. (York,...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: LONDON AND NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BILL (by Order). ( 5 Mar 1924)

..., T. (York, Don Valley) Smith-Carrington, Neville W. Thornton, Maxwell R. Willison, H. Somerville, Daniel (Barrow-In-Furness) Tillett, Benjamin Wilson, C. H. (Sheffield, Attercliffe) Starmer, Sir Charles Tout, W. J. Windsor-Clive, Lieut.-Colonel George Stewart, Maj. R. S. (Stockton-on-Tees) Turton, Edmund Russborough Wise, Sir Frederic Stranger, Innes Harold Vaughan-Morgan, Col. K. P....

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action Claims. (26 Feb 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware—

Orders of the Day — Poplar Order. (26 Feb 1924)

...Rt. Hon. Philip Wright, W. Murray, Robert Spence, R. Young, Andrew (Glasgow, Partick) Murrell, Frank Spero, Dr. G. E. Naylor, T. E. Stamford, T. W. TELLERS FOR THE NOES.— Nichol, Robert Starmer, Sir Charles Mr. J. Robertson and Mr. T. Nixon, H. Stephen, Campbell Griffiths. O'Grady, Captain James

Orders of the Day — Class I.: Motion for Adjournment. (21 Feb 1924)

...) Simpson, J. Hope Briant, Frank Jones, Rt. Hon. Leif (Camborne) Spencer, H. H (Bradford, S.) Brown, A. E. (Warwick, Rugby) Kay, Sir R. Newbald Spero, Dr. G. E. Brunner, Sir J. Keens, T. Starmer, Sir Charles Chapple, Dr. William A. Kenworthy, Lt.-Com. Hon. Joseph M. Stewart, Maj. R. S. (Stockton-on-Tees) Collins, Patrick (Walsall) Lambert, Rt. Hon. George Stranger, Harold...

Oral Answers to Questions — Enemy Action Claims. (19 Feb 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: 27. asked the President of the Board of Trade 'whether he is aware that the fund of £5,000,000 provided to deal with the claims of British subjects for suffering and damage arising out of enemy action during the War has proved totally inadequate to provide reasonable compensation in such cases; and whether, in view of the widespread dissatisfaction which obtains, it is proposed to allocate...

Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Acts. (19 Feb 1924)

Sir Charles Starmer: On a point of Order. I would ask that the last Order should be one of the ten included this evening. It has been held up for a long time. They want to get on with the work, and to get light in a seaside place. This Order was held up for a change of Government.

Orders of the Day — Diseases of Animals [Money]. (18 Feb 1924)

....-Colonel H. H. Williams, Maj. A. S. (Kent, Sevenoaks) Paling, W. Spero, Dr. G. E. Williams, T. (York, Don Valley) Parkinson, John Allen (Wigan) Stamford, T. W. Willison, H. Perry, S. F. Starmer, Sir Charles Wilson, C. H. (Sheffield. Attercliffe) Pethick-Lawrence, F. W. Stephen, Campbell Wilson, R. J. (Jarrow) Phillipps, Vivian Stewart, J. (St. Rollox) Windsor, Walter Potts, John S....

Protection of Home Industries. (13 Feb 1924)

...Toole, J. Wiliams, David (Swansea, E.) Spoor, B. G. Trevelyan, Rt. Hon. C. P. Wiliams, Col. P; Middlesbrough, E.) Stamford, T. W. Turner-Samuels. M. Williams, Lt.Col. T. S. B. (Kenningtn.) Starmer, Sir Charles Viant, S. P. Wiliams, Maj. A. S. (Kent, Sevenoaks) Stephen, Campbell Vivian, H. Williams, T. (York, Don Valley) Stewart, J. (St. Rollox) Wallhead, Richard C. Wilson, C. H....

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (21 Jan 1924)

...) Spencer, H. H. (Bradford, S.) Jenkins, W. (Glamorgan, Neath) Murray, Robert Spero, Dr. G. E. Jewson, Dorothea Murrell, Frank Stamford, T. W. John, William (Rhondda, West) Naylor, T. E. Starmer, Sir Charles Johnston, Thomas (Stirling) Nichol, Robert Stephen, Campbell Johnstone, Harcourt (Willesden, East) Nixon, H. Stewart, J. (St. Rollox) Jones, C. Sydney (Liverpool, W. Derby)...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Labour Vote of Censure. (17 Jan 1924)

Mr William Joynson-Hicks: ...anti-Socialist! We want to know where we are; we want to know how these Gentlemen are going t vote, and what they are going to do. There is another gentleman, the hon. Member for Cleveland (Sir C. Starmer), who has come into the House, who said: Socialism means no freedom, loss of export trade, more unemployment, greater poverty, industrial conscription. In Socialism there is grave danger....

Preamble ( 9 Jan 1924)

Sir Charles Walter Starmer, County of York, North Riding (Cleveland Division).

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