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Andrew Bridgen

Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire ( 6 May 2010 – current)

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Orders of the Day — Ministry of Munitions.: MR. Kellaway's Statement. (24 Jun 1919)

Mr Frank Rose: not now finished, and all the machinery is there lying in packing cases, and not one machine has been set up. I was passing with an engineer friend, who is a Member of this House, through Guide Bridge last Friday, and I had not been in that district for several years before. I was surprised to see acres and acres of the place covered with buildings. I asked my friend, "What are they...

Army and Air Force (Annual)Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment Of Section 4). (12 Apr 1923)

..., Lt.-Col. Wilfrid W. Brass, Captain W. Cayzer, Sir C. (Chester, City) Astor, J. J. (Kent, Dover) Brassey, Sir Leonard Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. N. (Lady-wood) Baird, Rt. Hon. Sir John Lawrence Bridge-man, Rt. Hon. William Clive Clarry, Reginald George Balfour, George (Hampstead) Briggs, Harold Clayton. G. C. Banks, Mitchell Brittain, Sir Harry Colfox, Major Wm. Phillips Barnett, Major...

Orders of the Day — LONDON, MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY BILL [Lords]. ( 2 Jul 1925)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: ...was not at all conducive to the well-being of the community. When one thinks of that underground system and of the famous Buchanan Street Station —like a painting by a blind man of a derelict bridge—combined with the position at Earl's Court, one begins to wonder if the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company is really anxious to serve the public or to serve itself. There is...

Orders of the Day — Communist Prosecution.: Vote of Censure Proposed. ( 1 Dec 1925)

...Capt. G. E. W. Churchman, Sir Arthur C. Elveden, Viscount Brass, Captain W. Clarry, Reginald George England, Colonel A. Brassey, Sir Leonard Clayton, G. C. Erskine, Lord (Somerset, Weston-s.-M.) Bridge-Nan. Rt. Hon. William Clive Cobb, Sir Cyril Erskine, James Malcolm Monteith Briggs, J. Harold Cochrane, Commander Hon. A. D. Evans, Captain A. (Cardiff, South) Everard, W. Lindsay...

Class 6.: British Empire Exhibition Guarantee. (10 Dec 1925)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: There is another point. There is another item of £960 paid for the demolition of the golf club house and store. On looking at page 4 of the accounts, I see that under the heading of "Roads, Bridges and General Drainage," in connection with the improvement of roads outside the exhibition, there is a figure of £19,863. Have these roads been left, or can we expect to get repayment for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Adjournment (Whitsuntide). ( 2 Jun 1927)

...Bourne, Captain Robert Croft Cadogan, Major Hon. Edward Ashley, Lt.-Col. Rt. Hon. Wilfrid W. Bowyer, Captain G. E. W. Cecil, Rt. Hon. Sir Evelyn (Aston) Astor, Mal. Hn. John J. (Kent, Dover) Bridge man. Rt. Hon. William Clive Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. N. (Ladywood) Actor, Viscountess Briscoe, Richard George Charteris, Brigadier-General J. Barnett, Major Sir Richard Brittain, Sir Harry...

Orders of the Day — Bridges Bill. (26 Mar 1929)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: ...this Bill ought to have been prefaced by a White Paper to give the House and the public some idea of what is involved in it. Will the passage of this Bill do anything to compel owners of private bridges to contribute more for the reconstruction of these bridges?

BRIDGES BILL [Lords]. (29 Apr 1929)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: ...but which we did not make a matter of contention on the Committee stage. What we felt all through was that private owners are not going to be called upon to pay any more for the construction of the bridges than they would have been had this Measure not been demanded. We discussed this in Committee but it is quite appropriate to bring it up now. The Bill safeguards private owners in so far...

Private Business.: Private Bills Contributing to Relief of Unemployment. (11 Dec 1929)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Will this Motion preclude the House having ample time to criticise all schemes and all proposals for monies to be spent upon schemes—such as the Charing Cross Bridge, for instance?

Private Business.: LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL (IMPROVEMENTS) BILL [Lords]. (By Order). (19 Nov 1930)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: ...a scheme brought into the House by the same Minister of Transport with the same flippancy and volubility, and it was carried to Committee upstairs. In that case we were told that the Charing Cross Bridge scheme had been analysed by the engineers, analysed by the officials of the Ministry of Transport, analysed by all the experts at the command of various Departments. I hope the House will...

Army Estimates, 1931.: Number of Land Forces. (10 Mar 1931)

Mr Wilfred Wellock: that a change in the atmosphere of the whole world will come, and that policy will be vindicated. I think that position was splendidly illustrated by Dr. Nansen in a speech he made at Saint Andrews University to the young men of that city in 1926. Appealing to the heroism of the young men of our land he was trying to take the mind of our generation away from militarism, as the chief...

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill. (15 Apr 1931)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: ...about planning. What I said was that a town-planning scheme without a Clause safeguarding the public in taking back the betterment would be futile. The hon. Member has referred to the Charing Cross Bridge. That is a very good example, and he could not have given a better. That bridge was to cost the country £16,000,000, of which £11,150,000 was to go to the landowners.

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means. (29 Apr 1931)

Lieut-Colonel Andrew Gault: ...'s last chance, and, as my right hon. Friend the Member for Epping (Mr. Churchill) pointed out in his brilliant speech this afternoon, contains a real gap, which the Chancellor has been unable to bridge, between real revenue and expenditure, of somewhere between £30,000,000 and £40,000,000. The problem of balancing the Budget, therefore, is really being left to the next Government when...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Transport. (23 Jul 1931)

Lieut-Colonel Wilfrid Ashley: May I leave the everyday activities of the Ministry, and come to matters of perhaps larger moment. I should like some information as to the position of the Government towards the Charing Cross Bridge. The Committee will recollect that three or four years ago a promise was made that if the Charing Cross Bridge materialised the Road Fund would contribute 75 per cent. of the net cost. It...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: Edinburgh Corporation (Sheriff Court House, etc.) Order Confirmation Bill. [By Order.] (22 Mar 1932)

Mr Wilfrid Normand: ..., with great experience of libraries and repositories of research, such as this Library is, in every part of the world. There was Professor Baxter, an eminent ecclesiastical historian, of St. Andrews University, Dr. James Maclehose and Lord President Clyde. I need hardly say that these men addressed themselves to their task, the greatness of which they appreciated and recognised, with the...

Orders of the Day — Royal Assent. (16 Jun 1932)

Lieut-General Edward Fitzroy: ...Confirmation Act, 1932.8. Maidstone Bread Charities Scheme Confirmation Act, 1932.9. Epsom College Scheme Confirmation Act, 1932.10.Church of Scotland Trust Order Confirmation Act, 1932.11.St. Andrews Links Order Confirmation Act, 1932.12.Coatbridge Drainage Order Confirmation Act, 1932.13.Glasgow Corporation Order Confirmation Act, 1932.14.Ministry of Health Provisional Orders...

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill.: Clause 233. — (Services recruited by Secretary of State.) ( 4 Apr 1935)

...James, Wing-Com. A. W. H. Rlckards, George William Cadogan, Hon Edward Jamleson, Douglas Ropner, Colonel L. Campbell, Vice-Admiral G. (Burnley) Jennings, Roland Ross Taylor, Walter (Wood bridge) Campbell-Johnston, Malcolm Joel, Dudley J. Barnato Russell, Albert (Kirkcaldy) Caporn, Arthur Cecil Johnston, J. W. (Clackmannan) Russell, Alexander West (Tynemouth) Cayzer, Maj. Sir H. R....

Location of Industry. (11 Mar 1936)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: no trade or industry? The houses will follow all right if the industry is there. Then we were told that not merely must we have houses—built, remember, with State grants—but new roads, new bridges and other public amenities, built by the State, in order to induce—what? Trade and industry. Not that the trades and industries will operate for the profit of the State as a whole, it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Scottish Mining Disasters Relief Fund. (23 Jun 1936)

..., Esq., 127, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2).(3) The Deacon Convener of the Trades of Glasgow (Robert Robertson, Esq., Carnbooth, Carmunnock).(4) The President of the Coalmasters' Association (Andrew K. McCosh, Gartsherrie Iron Works, Coat-bridge).(5) The President of the National Union of Scottish Mineworkers (Andrew B. Clarke, Esq., 5, Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh).(b) Elected...

Import Duties (Finance Act, 1936, and Import Duties Act, 1932). (22 Mar 1937)

Mr Charles Peat: ...on the back for its price policy. The prices of the main engineering commodities, that is, ship-plates, angles, sections, and joists, and things that are used in heavy engineering, shipbuilding, bridge building, and house building, have increased by only 10 per cent. since 1933. Taking all steel products, there has been an increase of only 14½ per cent., even in the face of the increased...

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