Conservative MP, Maidenhead , 1 May 1997 –
Former Bishop Peer , 30 Nov 1997 – 30 Sep 2002
Crossbench Peer , 15 Oct 2001 –
Former Conservative Peer , 30 Nov 1996 – 1 Jun 2015
Labour Peer , 30 Nov 1998 –
Former Labour MSP, Central Fife , 1 May 2003 – 2 Apr 2007
Former MP, Hythe , 15 Feb 1859 – 26 Jan 1874
Former MP, Devon Southern , 31 Jan 1874 – 18 Nov 1885
Former MP, Totnes , 24 Nov 1885 – 26 Oct 1922
Former MP, Pembroke and Haverfordwest District of Boroughs , 1 Jul 1886 – 29 May 1892
Former MP, Tipperary Mid , 20 Mar 1883 – 0 1891
Former MP, Wells , 25 Oct 1951 – 29 Apr 1970
Former MP, East Ham North , 27 Oct 1931 – 15 Jun 1945
Former MP, Greenwich Woolwich East , 5 Jul 1945 – 20 Sep 1974
Former MP, Tunbridge Wells , 28 Feb 1974 – 8 Apr 1997
Former MP, Sheffield, Brightside , 10 Oct 1974 – 18 May 1987
Former MP, Rushcliffe , 23 Feb 1950 – 10 Mar 1966
Former MP, Herefordshire , 28 Apr 1859 – 6 Jul 1865
Former MP, Southampton , 9 Aug 1842 – 23 Jul 1847
Former MP, Winchester , 10 Dec 1832 – 23 Jun 1841
Former MP, Truro , 26 Sep 1878 – 24 Mar 1880
Former MP, Belfast , 16 Sep 1814 – 3 May 1816
Former MP, Colchester , 9 Apr 1831 – 27 Dec 1832
Former MP, Hampshire , 11 May 1807 – 19 Dec 1808
Former MP, Winchester , 5 Jul 1802 – 5 May 1807
Former MP, Winchester , 19 Jun 1818 – 29 Dec 1834
Former MP, Cornwall , 12 Nov 1806 – 19 Jun 1826
Conservative MP, Blackpool North and Cleveleys , 6 May 2010 –
Former Labour MP, Leigh , 7 Jun 2001 – 3 May 2017
Former Labour MP, Liverpool, Walton , 6 May 2010 – 3 May 2017
Former Labour MP, Tooting , 5 May 2005 – 9 May 2016
Conservative MP, Uxbridge and South Ruislip , 7 Jun 2001 –
Mr Francis Mildmay: ...so zealously, so irreproachably, guarded that honour in the past that we old Members of the House turn instinctively to Mr. Lowther in our desire that its great traditions of dignity and order may be maintained in the future. The apparent ease with which Mr. Lowther has, of old, controlled latent explosive forces in this Chamber must not blind us to the fact that, as said by Sir Michael...
Mr James Lowther: ...Petition to His Majesty, to all your ancient and undoubted rights and privileges, particularly freedom of speech in Debate, freedom from arrest, freedom of access to His Majesty whenever occasion may require, and that the most favourable construction may be placed upon all your proceedings. All these His Majesty, by his Commissioners, has been pleased to allow and confirm in as ample a...
Mr James Lowther: ...who are on the third Bench below the Gangway, and so on. After them will come those on the fourth Bench below the Gangway on the Opposition side, and so on. If we proceed in that way, hon. Members may remain in their seats until such time as they can join the queue in single file.
The position in Ireland causes Me great anxiety, but I earnestly hope that conditions may soon sufficiently improve to make it possible to provide a durable settlement of this difficult problem.
...nation delights to honour is the worker in the factory and on the farm of yesterday and to-morrow. They must reap the fruits of their victory. What are the fruits of victory? A greater share in the markets of the world, so that they may increase their earning power, so that they may improve their conditions of life, and make those conditions worthy victors in the greatest of the world's...
Mr Henry Wilson-Fox: ...Majesty's Government will cause to be published at the earliest moment such official information as they are in a position to give upon this matter, so that a true picture of the conditions prevailing may be presented to the people of this country?
Mr Ronald McNeill: ...nationality under its own monarchy if the people of Montenegro so desire; if he will say in what manner it is proposed to ascertain the conditions, if any, under widen the people of Montenegro may be willing to join a Serbo-Croat federation or other form of political union; and if he can give an assurance that in any plebiscite that may be taken for this purpose the people of Montenegro...
Mr Ronald McNeill: ...War; and whether, in view of the fact that Mr. Dixon lost his property and was reduced to subsist on charity through his prompt obedience to the Government on the outbreak of war, and that some time may still elapse before claims against enemy Governments can be liquidated, he will take steps, either by influence with the Treasury or otherwise, to provide sufficient alimony for Mr. Dixon...
Lieut-Colonel James Craig: My right hon. Friend is carefully considering the existing Regulations relating to the pensions of both officers and men and of their families, and any amendments of the present Warrants which may be found necessary will be embodied in new Warrants.
...whether, seeing that men discharged from the forces without wounds or other disability are debarred from receiving grants from the King's fund for obtaining businesses, notwithstanding that they may have been, in business when called to the Colours and that their service has caused their businesses to be abandoned, such arrangements can be made as will enable State funds to be used to...
Lieut-Colonel James Craig: ...the arrangements appear to be working well, and I do not know of any arrears. There has not yet been any general provision of spare limbs. The promise made by the late Minister of Pensions was, I may remind my hon. Friend, that the provision of spare limbs would be undertaken when the arrears in the supply of first limbs had been worked off. In urgent cases, however, such as those of men...
Lieut-Colonel James Craig: ...for extra diet is not intended to do more than cover the cost of the food itself, but where in exceptional cases special bedding or special clothing is necessary in these home-treatment cases it may be provided by the local committee at the cost of the Ministry. I may remind my hon. Friend that the disablement pension of 27s. 6d. a week now tarries a 20 per cent. war bonus.
Mr Joseph Devlin: May I ask whether it does not apply much more to Scotland?
Mr Noel Billing: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman on no account to relax that Regulation?
Mr William Joynson-Hicks: May we infer that the Committee will have gone through the whole of the Government Departments?
Sir F. HALL: May I ask whether, when the discussion took place, attention was given to the enormous increase in the cost of articles compared to the extra wage given?
...when such arrangement will be made; if this is the present practice will the Government forthwith give instructions that it is to be altered in order that gratuities made to officers on discharge may be given free of Income Tax; and, if such alteration is to be made, will the Government refund the amount charged for Income Tax to such officers who have been debited with the same?
Mr Winston Churchill: ...hon. Friend has asked me to answer this question. It has already been decided to present a memorial plaque and scroll to the next of kin of those who have fallen in the War. Specimens of the plaque may be seen in the Tea Room of the House.
Mr Bonar Law: That may happen, but it is hardly necessary to look so far into the future.
Captain TERRELL: May I put this question down a week from to-day?