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Members of Parliament. (2 Jul 1924)

Mr Ronald Allen: I cannot imagine that this House will very seriously consider the proposal which has just been made. I believe it is the practice of this House—so I have understood in the short time I have been here—that a First Reading should be given to Bills brought forward under this Rule with the idea that they should be printed. I do want, however, to submit, with the greatest possible respect,...

Orders of the Day — British Empire Exhibition [Guarantee]. (14 May 1924)

Mr Ronald Allen: After the speech of my hon. Friend the Member for Louth (Mrs. Wintringham), it is hardly necessary for me to speak at all, but I wish to dissociate any Member of the party that occupies these benches from the statement which has just fallen from the hon. Member for Montrose Burghs (Mr. Sturrock). It seems to me extraordinary that an hon. Member who calls himself Liberal should suggest, as he...

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