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Dawn Butler

Labour MP for Brent Central (5 May 2005 – current)


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Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land (Assessment of Compensation) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Rules for the Assessment of Compensation.) (25 Jun 1919)

Division No. 44.] AYES. [10.50 p.m. Ainsworth, Captain C. Davies, T. (Cirencester) Hurd, P. A. Arnold, Sydney Davies, Sir W. Howell (Bristol, S.) Inskip, T. W. H. Barker, Major R. Dawn, J. A. Johnston, J. Barnes, Major H. (Newcastle, E.) Dewhurst, Lieut.-Com. H. Jones, G. W. H. (Stoke Newington) Barnett, Captain Richard W. Doyle, N. Grattan Jones, J. Towyn (Carmarthen) Barns ton, Major...

Hague Conference.: Class Iv (26 Jul 1922)

..., G. T. Cowan, Sir H. (Aberdeen and Kinc.) Jones, G. W. H. (Stoke Newington) Randies, Sir John Scurrah Dalziel, Sir D. (Lambeth, Brixton) Kellaway, Rt. Hon. Fredk. George Ratcliffe, Henry Butler Davidson, Major-General Sir J. H. Kelley, Major Fred (Rotherham) Rawlinson, John Frederick Peel Davies, Alfred Thomas (Lincoln) King, Captain Henry Douglas Rees, Capt. J. Tudor- (Barnstaple)...

Customs and Excise.: Rate of Income Tax to Be Repaid in Respect of Deduction or Allowance Under Part Ii of Finance Act, 1920. (6 May 1924)

...M. Davison, Sir W. H. (Kensington, S.) Astor, Viscountess Burman, J. B. Dawson, Sir Philip Atholl, Duchess of Burney, Lieut.-Com. Charles D. Deans, Richard Storry Austin, Sir Herbert Butler, Sir Geoffrey Doyle, Sir N. Grattan Baird, Major Rt. Hon. Sir John L. Butt, Sir Alfred Eden, Captain Anthony Baldwin, Rt. Hon. Stanley Campion, Lieut.-Colonel W. R. Edmondson, Major A. J. Balfour,...

Empire Trade. (27 Nov 1930)

...New'gton) Buckingham, Sir H. Falle, Sir Bertram G. Kindersley, Major G. M. Bullock, Captain Malcolm Ferguson, Sir John Knox, Sir Alfred Burton, Colonel H. W Fermoy, Lord Lamb, Sir J. Q. Butler, R. A. Fielden E. B. Lane Fox, Col. Rt. Hon. George R. Butt, Sir Alfred Fison, F. G. Clavering Law, Sir Alfred (Derby, High Peak) Cadogan, Major Hon. Edward Ford, Sir P. J. Leigh, Sir John...

Business of the House. (10 Mar 1931)

...Duchess of Ba[...]niel, Lord Beamish, Rear-Admiral T. P. H. Forestler-Walker, Sir L. Preston, Sir Walter Rueben. Beaumont, M. W. Fremantle, Lieut.-Colonel Francis E. Reid, David D. (County Dawn) Bellairs, Commander Carlyon Ganzoni, Sir John Remer, John R. Berry, Sir George Gault, Lieut.-Col. A. Hamilton Roberts, Sir Samuel (Ecclesall) Betterton, Sir Henry B. Glyn, Major R. G. C....

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. (20 Apr 1932)

Sir Waldron Smithers: ...to recover their national prosperity. I am suggesting to the American people that they be wise creditors in their own interests and be good neighbours. A realisation of the facts was beginning to dawn on President Hoover, and I only wish that the men who have control of the policy of America would realise, as I believe they are beginning to realise, that it would be not only much better...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs. (14 Mar 1934)

Sir Hamilton Kerr: ...attempt at reconciliation from both sides inevitably broke down. France, like Prussia after 1870, now dominates Europe with her military strength. To-day she evidently believes the maxim Samuel Butler enunciated in his notebook: What is the use of exalting the humble and the meek? They will not remain humble and meek long once they are exalted. Under the crushing burden of her armaments...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (17 Aug 1945)

Mr R.A. Butler: ...up to us to reveal the difference between the promise and the performance. This will be our duty during the years to come. I said when I opened my remarks that, apart from a. certain cold light of dawn which I would throw upon the situation, I did not wish to be unduly controversial. Indeed, why should I be? So much of this Gracious Speech, especially the subjects we are considering...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (21 Aug 1945)

Mr John Lewis: ...contribution towards building the better Britain for which they have fought. I would like to refer to some of the remarks made by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Saffron Walden (Mr. R, A. Butler) whose eloquence I cannot presume to emulate, who sought to encourage the Government to expedite the demobilisation plan to such an extent that order and tidiness would be sacrificed. It...

Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (12 Mar 1947)

Mr Winston Churchill: ...escaped his omniscient eye. The first one is that there was no inroading of stocks under all the cruel, hard necessities of the war. The figures can be found on page 20. For the first time, in the dawn of 1945, the National Government of those days saw the red light. We have a record of what happened at the turn of that year. The usual coal scrutiny was made, as it ought to be made, by the...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (23 Oct 1947)

Viscount Hinchingbrooke: ...that there should be a reduction of £1,000 million in Government expenditure this year, including reductions on subsidies. As my right hon. Friend the Member for Saffron Walden (Mr. R. A. Butler) said, there should be consequential remissions in taxation to take care of the pensioners and the needy. I believe in Mr. Gladstone's famous phrase, "Let the money fructify in the pockets of the...

National Assistance Recipients (Rents) (3 Dec 1959)

Mr Henry Hynd: ...to the attention of the House this evening arises from a practice amongst landlords of charging excessive rents to tenants when they know that they are in receipt of National Assistance. I put dawn a Question on this subject last month to the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance, and I was surprised and very disappointed to find that he passed it on to the Minister of Housing and...

Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1960–61.: Richard Thomas and Baldwins, Limited (27 Jun 1960)

Major Sir Henry D'Avigdor-Goldsmid: ...the Labour Party gets in?" That is a point the hon. Member rather skated over. In my youth, like so many hon. Members of this House, I was thrilled by the pictures painted by someone called Lady Butler, who depicted many famous battle scenes in the history of the British Empire. I always remember her picture of "The Thin Red Line". One of the tests for this lady artist was the apparent...

Orders of the Day — EQUAL PAY (No. 2) BILL (9 Feb 1970)

Mr Charles Pannell: ...had arranged a great lobby of all hon. Members on that Friday morning, and on the evening before also, when there were so many demonstrations that they ran out of halls. Two years after that, Lord Butler, who was then Chancellor of the Exchequer, agreed to set the seven years limit, which came to full fruition when the right hon. and learned Member for Wirral (Mr. Selwyn Lloyd) was in...

Orders of the Day — Industry Bill (18 Feb 1975)

Mr Hilary Miller: ...in which Governments have impeded investment in this country and the damage to confidence that has been caused by Governments' ill-considered actions. My hon. Friend the Member for Bosworth (Mr. Butler) mentioned confidence, as did the Secretary of State. We have heard about harnessing the confidence of all the British people. It is also necessary, apart from internal confidence, to gain...

Members Sworn (18 Jun 1987)

...Carttiss, esquire, Great Yarmouth.Richard Arthur Lloyd Livsey, esquire, Brecon and Radnor.Timothy Simon Janman, esquire, Thurrock.Eric Evelyn Illsley, esquire, Barnsley, Central.Christopher John Butler, esquire, Warrington, South.Alun Edward Michael, esquire, Cardiff, South and Penarth.Ivor Robert Stanbrook, esquire, Orpington.Allen McKay, esquire, Barnsley, West and Penistone.David...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address: Cities (Education and Services) (1 Jul 1987)

... Patchett, Terry Wray, James Pendry, Tom Young, David (Bolton SE) Pike, Peter Powell, Ray (Ogmore) Tellers for the Ayes: Prescott, John Mr. Frank Haynes and Mr. John McWilliam. Primarolo, Ms Dawn NOES Adley, Robert Banks, Robert (Harrogate) Aitken, Jonathan Batiste, Spencer Alexander, Richard Beaumont-Dark, Anthony Alison, Rt Hon Michael Bellingham, Henry Allason, Rupert...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address: National Resources (2 Jul 1987)

..., Terry Strang, Gavin Pendry, Tom Straw, Jack Pike, Peter Taylor, Mrs Ann (Dewsbury) Powell, Ray (Ogmore) Taylor, Rt Hon J. D. (S'ford) Prescott, John Taylor, Matthew (Truro) Primarolo, Ms Dawn Thomas, Dafydd Elis Quin, Miss Joyce Turner, Dennis Radice, Giles Vaz, Keith Randall, Stuart Walker, A. Cecil (Belfast N) Redmond, Martin Wall, Pat Rees, Rt Hon Merlyn Wallace, James...

"Today" Newspaper (6 Jul 1987)

...Rt Hon Stanley Gordon, Ms Mildred Pendry, Tom Gould, Bryan Pike, Peter Graham, Thomas Powell, Ray (Ogmore) Grant, Bernie (Tottenham) Prescott, John Griffiths, Nigel (Edinburgh S) Primarolo, Ms Dawn Griffiths, Win (Bridgend) Quin, Ms Joyce Grocott, Bruce Radice, Giles Harman, Ms Harriet Randall, Stuart Hattersley, Rt Hon Roy Redmond, Martin Haynes, Frank Rees, Rt Hon Merlyn...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill (6 Jul 1987)

...Wirral W) Buchanan-Smith, Rt Hon Alick Hunt, John (Ravensbourne) Buck, Sir Antony Hunter, Andrew Burns, Simon Hurd, Rt Hon Douglas Burt, Alistair Irvine, Michael Butcher, John Irving, Charles Butler, Chris Jack, Michael Carlisle, Kenneth (Lincoln) Janman, Timothy Carrington, Matthew Jessel, Toby Carttiss, Michael Johnson Smith, Sir Geoffrey Cash, William Jones, Gwilym (Cardiff N)...


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