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Mr Thomas Monypenny

Former MP, Rye , 24 Jul 1837 – 23 Jun 1841

Sir Frederick Penny

Former MP, Kingston upon Thames , 15 Nov 1922 – 1 Jul 1937

Penny Mordaunt

Conservative MP, Portsmouth North , 6 May 2010 –

Matthew Pennycook

Labour MP, Greenwich and Woolwich , 8 May 2015 –

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Preamble (27 Nov 1935)

Sir George Penny, baronet, Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames.

Adjournment. (27 Nov 1935)

Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Sir George Penny.]

Members Sworn.: Adjournment. (28 Nov 1935)

Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn until Tuesday next, 3rd December, at Twelve of the Clock."—[Sir George Penny.]

Sessional Orders.: Debate on the Address. (3 Dec 1935)

Motion made, and Question, "That the Debate be now adjourned," put, and agreed to.—[Sir G. Penny.]

Sessional Orders.: Adjournment. (3 Dec 1935)

Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Sir G. Penny.]

Business of the House. (4 Dec 1935)

...) Stanley, Rt. Hon. Oliver (W'm'l'd) Warrender, Sir V. Strickland, Captain W. F. Waterhouse, Captain C. TELLERS FOR THE AYES— Stuart, Hon. J. (Moray and Nairn) Wedderburn, H. J. S. Sir George Penny and Lieut.-Colonel Sueter, Rear-Admiral Sir M. F. Wells, S. R. Sir A. Lambert Ward. Tinker, J. J. White, H. Graham NOES. Garro-Jones, G. M. Rathbone, Eleanor (English Univ's.)...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address. (4 Dec 1935)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: .... Churchill,) but speeches which did indicate some really substantial national purpose. The present King's Speech shows nothing of that. It is not even "sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal." It is like the waverings of a penny whistle, and a penny whistle heard in a storm. There is nothing new in it, not a single proposal that has not been thrashed to death year after year by Parliament...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address.: Adjournment. (4 Dec 1935)

Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn."—[Sir G. Penny.]

Orders of the Day — Privileges. (5 Dec 1935)

That Five be the quorum.—[Sir C. Penny.]

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address. (6 Dec 1935)

Mr David Quibell: I shall come to that in due time. I have investigated a particular case, a farm which I know and on which I have worked, and while hon. Members may be able to write penny pamphlets on agriculture telling us how it should be done, I think that a little practical experience is worth all the penny pamphlets in the world. I worked on a farm in my own division, a farm on which I was born. I am...

Committee of Selection. (9 Dec 1935)

...Colonel Gretton, Sir Percy Harris, Mr. George Lambert, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Charles MacAndrew, Mr. Paling, Mr. Parkinson, and Mr. David Reid nominated Members of the Committee of Selection.—[Sir G. Penny.]

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address. (9 Dec 1935)

Colonel Sir John Jarvis: ...and many sessions have to be held during the day. We have, too, provided children's playgrounds so that the children can play in safety, at a cost of something over £500, all of which was provided by the halfpennies and pennies of the children in the elementary schools of Surrey. I believe that this collection was first suggested and inaugurated by my hon. Friend the Member for South...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (10 Dec 1935)

...Captain Hon. A. O. J. Patrick, C. M. Walker-Smith, Sir J. Hopkinson, A. Peake, O. Wallace, Captain Euan Hore-Belisha, Rt. Hon. L. Peat, C. U. Ward, Lieut.-Col. Sir A. L. (Hull) Horne, Rt. Hon. Sir R. S. Penny, Sir G. Ward, Irene (Wallsend) Horsbrugh, Florence Percy, Rt. Hon. Lord E. Wardlaw-Milne, Sir J. S. Howitt, Dr. A. B. Perkins, W. R. D. Warrender, Sir V. Hudson, Capt. A. U. M....

Business of the House. (11 Dec 1935)

..., W. S. (Cirencester) Young, A. S. L. (Partick) Duggan, H. J. Muirhead, Lt.-Col. A. J. Duncan, J. A. L. Munro, P. M. TELLERS POR THE AYES.— Dunglass, Lord Neven-Spence, Maj. B. H. Sir George Penny and Lieut.-Colonel Sir A. Lambert Ward. NOES. Adams, D. (Consett) Ammon, C. G. Banfield, J. W. Adamson, W. M. Anderson, F. (Whitehaven) Barnes, A. J. Alexander, Rt. Hon. A. V....

Mining Industry. (11 Dec 1935)

Mr Herbert Wragg: ...;5,000,000 profit on an estimated capital in the industry of £200,000,000. During those eight years 1,850,000,000 tons of coal have been produced, and the profits of the coalowners has been two-thirds of a penny per ton and during those years in which the coal-owners have had £5,000,000, the miners have had £850,000,000 in wages. Those are figures which cannot be denied,...

Distressed Areas. (11 Dec 1935)

...A. C. (Wirral) Palmer, G. E. H. Wedderburn, H. J. S. Grattan-Doyle, Sir N. Peake, O. Wickham, Lt.-Col. E. T. R. Greene, W. P. C. (Worcester) Peat, C. U. Willoughby de Eresby, Lord Gridley, Sir A. B. Penny, Sir G. Windsor-Clive, Lieut.-Colonel G. Grimston, R. V. Percy, Rt. Hon. Lord E. Winterton, Rt. Hon. Earl Guest, Maj. Hon. O.(C-mb'rw'll, N. W.) Perkins, W. R. D. Womersley, Sir W....

Orders of the Day — Railways (Agreement) [Money]. (11 Dec 1935)

Mr William Gallacher: ...the men working on the stations along the railway lines. On this I am prepared to fight, and I am certain that every Member on these benches will be prepared to fight. I am prepared to say: "Not a penny for railway development unless it is clearly understood there is to be development of better conditions and shorter hours for the railway workers, and the restoration of the cuts." Will you...

Oral Answers to Questions — Barley. (12 Dec 1935)

Viscount Apsley: Will the right hon. Gentleman press the Chancellor of the Exchequer for another penny off beer?

Business of the House. (12 Dec 1935)

..., A. S. L. (Partick) Smith, Sir R. W. (Aberdeen) Thomas, J. P. L. (Hereford) Smithers, Sir W. Thomson, Sir J. D. W. TELLERS FOR THE AYES.— Somervell, Sir D. B. (Crewe) Touche, G. C. Sir George Penny and Lieut.-Colonel Sir A. Lambert Ward. NOES. Acland, Rt. Hon. Sir F. Dyke Henderson, T. (Tradeston) Pethick-Lawrence, F. W. Acland, R. T. D. (Barnstaple) Holland, A. Potts, J....

Orders of the Day — Public Works Loans Bill. (12 Dec 1935)

Mr Frederick Pethick-Lawrence: ...out that, of these high-rate loans, a very considerable part related to the Housing Act, where the Exchequer itself has to pay a great part of the expense, because the burden falling on the local authorities is limited to a penny rate. I was not quite sure, from what the Financial Secretary said in reference to Sub-section (1) of Clause 6, what would be the position with regard to those...

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