MP for southend

James Duddridge

Conservative MP for Rochford and Southend East (5 May 2005 – current)

Results 1–20 of 9000 for southend

Members Sworn. (10 Feb 1919)

Captain the honourable R. E. C. L. Guinness, Borough of Southend-on-Sea.

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Commission Bill.: Clause 1. — (Appointment of Commissioners.) (25 Feb 1919)

.... (Cirencester) Griggs, Sir Peter Gritten, W. G. Howard Macquisten, F. A. Rodger, A. K. Guest, Major O. (Leices., Loughb'ro'.) Maddocks, Henry Rogers, Sir Hallewell Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Magnus, Sir Philip Roundell, Lt.-Col. R. F. Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Mallalieu, Frederick William Royds, Lt.-Col. Edmund Hacking, Captain D. H. Malone, Col. C. L....

Orders of the Day — Naval, Military and Air Force Service Bill. (6 Mar 1919)

.... Martin Griggs, Sir Peter Bagley, Captain E. A. Coote, Colin R. (Isle of Ely) Guest, Major O. (Leices., Loughb'ro'.) Baird, John Lawrence Cope, Major W. (Glamorgan) Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Baldwin, Stanley Cory, Sir Clifford John (St. Ives) Hacking, Captain D. H. Balfour, George (Hampstead) Cory, J. H. (Cardiff) Hall, Lieut.-Col. Sir Fred (Dulwich) Banner, Sir J. S....

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 2. — (Limited Power of Increasing Rents During the Extended Period.) (11 Mar 1919)

..., Col. Rt. Hon. Francis B. Briggs, Harold Gretton, Col. John Mitchell, William Lane- Britton, G. B. Griggs, Sir Peter Moles, Thomas Brotherton, Col. Sir E. A. Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Molson, Major John Elsdale Brown, Captain D. C. (Hexham) Hacking, Captain D. H. Moore, Maj.-Gen. Sir Newton J. Bruton, Sir J. Hallwood, A. Moore-Brabazon, Lt.-Col. J. C. T. Buchanan,...

Clause 1. — (Power to Prolong Period of Naval, Military, or Air Force Service.) (25 Mar 1919)

.... E. (Dorset, E.) Benn, Com. Ian Hamilton (G'nwich) Cowan, Sir W. (Aberdeen and Kinc.) Guest, Major O. (Leices., Loughb'ro'.) Bennett, T. J. Cozens-Hardy, Hon. W. H. Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Bigland, Alfred Craig, Capt. C. (Antrim) Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Bird, Alfred Craig, Col. Sir James (Down, Mid.) Hacking, Captain D. H. Blair, Major Reginald Croft,...

Clause 1. — (Power to Prolong Period of Naval, Military, or Air Force Service.) (26 Mar 1919)

..., Sir Peter M'Donald, D. H. (Bothwell, Lanark) Churchill, Rt. Hon. Winston S. Guest, Capt. Hon. F. E. (Dorset, E.) Mackinder, Halford J. Clay, Capt. H. H. Spender Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) M'Lean, Lt.-Col. C. W. W. (Brigg) Clough, R. Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W.E. (B. St. E.) Macmaster, Donald Coats, Sir Stuart Hacking, Captain D. H. Macnamara, Rt. Hon. Dr. T. J. Cockerill,...

Orders of the Day — Naval, Military, and Air Force Service. (31 Mar 1919)

...James Avon Gritten, W. G. Howard Mackinder, Halford J. Coates, Major Sir Edward F. Guest, Major O. (Leices., Loughb'ro'.) M'Laren, R. (Lanark, N.) Coats, Sir Stuart Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) M'Lean, Lt.-Col. C. W. W. (Brigg) Cobb, Sir Cyril Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W.E. (B. St. E.) Macmaster, Donald Cockerill, Brig.-Gen. G. K. Hacking, Captain D. H. Macnamara, Rt. Hon. Dr. T....

Land Settlement (Facilities) Bill. (14 Apr 1919)

Sir Kingsley Wood: ...past year they have supplied vegetable foodstuffs to 7,000,000 people. In Burton-on-Trent there is one allotment to every two householders. In Derby, Eastbourne, Gloucester, Leicester, Oxford and Southend-on-Sea there is one to every three householders. Leicester has over 1,500 acres under allotment; and Birmingham over 1,400. Last year there were 700,000 tons of potatoes provided by...

Orders of the Day — Tea (Customs). (7 May 1919)

..., Major W. J. (Armagh, N.) Cheyne, Sir William Watson Gretton, Col. John Archdale, Edward M. Clough, R. Griggs, Sir Peter Astbury, Lt.-Com. F. W. Coats, Sir Stuart Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Atkey, A. R. Cockerill, Brig.-Gen. G. K. Gwynne, R. S. Bagley, Captain E. A. Cohen, Major J. B. B. Hacking, Captain D. H. Baldwin, Stanley Colvin, Brigadier-General R. B. Hailwood, A....

Orders of the Day — Railway Fares. (7 May 1919)

Mr John Jones: ...for the people to travel because of the great demands made upon them during the War. Take one railway company that deals particularly with the East End of London, the London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway Company, which is now a branch of the Midland. The workers who were able to travel from East Ham to Fenchurch Street, or from East Ham to St. Pancras in certain trains, are now being...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (20 May 1919)

...A. C. Walker, Col. William Hall Gretton, Col. John Mosley, Oswald Walters, Sir John Tudor Griggs, Sir Peter Mount, William Arthur Walton, J. (York, Don Valley) Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Murray, Hon. G. (St. Rollox) Ward-Jackson, Major C. L. Guinness, Lt-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Murray, John (Leeds, W.) Ward, Col. L. (Kingston-upon-Hull) Hacking, Captain D. H. Neal, Arthur...

Orders of the Day — Dogs' Protection Bill.: Clause 1. — (prohibition of Experiments upon Dogs.) (23 May 1919)

...Greig, Colonel James William Rawlinson, John Frederick Peel Birchall, Major J. D. Gritten, W. G. Howard Richardson, Alexander (Gravesend) Blades, Sir George R. Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Samuels, Rt. Hon A. W (Dub[...] Univ.) Blair, Major Reginald Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Sanders, Colonel Robert Arthur Berwick, Major G. O. Hallas, E. Sassoon, Sir Philip A. G....

Orders of the Day — Local Goveknment (Ireland) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Proportional Representation at Local Elections.) (27 May 1919)

... Britton, G. B. Griggs, Sir Peter Munro, Rt. Hon. Robert Broad, Thomas Tucker Guest, Maj. Hon. O. (Leic, Loughbore') Murchison, C. K. Brown, Captain D. C, (Hexham) Guinness, Capt, Hon. R. (Southend) Murray, Hon. G. (St. Rollox) Buchanan, Lieut.-Col. A. L. H. Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W.E. (B. St. E.) Nall, Major Joseph Buckley, Lt.-Col. A. Hacking, Captain D. H. Neal, Arthur Bull, Rt....

Orders of the Day — Dogs' Protection Bill. (27 Jun 1919)

..., Lieut.-Colonel John Boyd-Carpenter, Major A. Craig, Col. Sir James (Down, Mid.) Greig, Colonel James William Brassey, H. L. C. Craig, Lt.-Com. N. (Isle of Thanet) Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Briggs, Harold Craik, Right Hon. Sir Henry Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E Broad, Thomas Tucker Davison, Sir W. H. (Kensington) Hailwood, A. Haslam, Lewis Molson, Major John...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Clause 3. — (Power to Control Temporarily Railways, etc.) (2 Jul 1919)

...John Henry Davies, Sir D. S. (Denbigh) Grundy, T. W. Bigland, Alfred Davies, T. (Cirencester) Guest, J. (Hemsworth. York) Bird, Alfred Davies, M. Vaughan- (Cardigan) Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Blake, Sir Francis Douglas Dawes, J. A. Hacking, Captain D. H. Boscawen, Sir Arthur Griffith- Dockrell, Sir M. Hallwood, A. Bowerman, Right Hon. C. W. Edgar, Clifford Hall, F. (Yorks,...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Clause 8. — (Power to Establish Transport Services.) (2 Jul 1919)

Division No. 56.] Division No. 56.] [11.29 p.m. Ainsworth, Captain C. Cayzer, Major H. R. Gretton, Colonel John Archer-Shee, Lieut.-Col. Martin Chadwick, R. Burton Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Ballour, George (Hampstead) Coats, Sir Stuart Hall, Capt. D. B. (Isle of Wight) Banner, Sir J. S. Harmood- Cory, Sir Clifford John (St. Ives) Hickman, Brig.-Gen. Thomas E. Barker, Major R....

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill. (3 Jul 1919)

..., York) Murray, Major C. D. (Edinburgh, S.) Townley, Maximillian G Guest, Maj. Hon. O. (Leic, Loughboro') Murray, Dr. D. (Western Isles) Tryon, Major George Clement Guinness, Capt. Hon. R, (Southend) Murray, Hon. G. (St. Rollox) Turton, Edmund Russborough Hacking, Captain D. H. Murray, John (Leeds, W.) Waddington, R. Hallwood, A. Murray, William (Dumfries) Walker, Col. William Hall...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill: Clause 19. — (Staff and Remuneration.) (8 Jul 1919)

..., Captain G. W. E. Gritten, W. G. Howard Molson, Major John Elsdale Brackenbury, Col. H. L. Guest, J. (Hemsworth, York) Moreing. Captain Algernon H. Bramsden, Sir T. Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Morrison, H. (Salisbury) Briant, F. Guinness, Lt.-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Murray, John (Leeds, W.) Buchanan, Lieut.-Col. A. L. H. Hall, Capt D. B. (Isle of Wight) Nelson, R. F. W. R....

Finance Bill.: Clause 1. — (Continuation of Customs Duties Imposed under 5 and 6 Geo. 5. c. 89.) (8 Jul 1919)

...James William Austin, Sir H. Coats, Sir Stuart Gretton, Colonel John Baird, John Lawrence Cobb, Sir Cyril Griggs, Sir Peter Baldwin, Stanley Colfox, Major W. P. Guinness, Capt. Hon. R. (Southend) Balfour, George (Hampstead) Colvin, Brigadier-General R. B. Guinness, Lt-Col. Hon. W. E. (B. St. E.) Barlow, Sir Montague (Salford, S.) Compton-Rickett, Rt. Hon. Sir J. Hacking, Captain D. H....

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations.: Naval Squadron. (9 Jul 1919)

Mr Walter Long: Owing to various and heavy commitments, it has not been found possible to assemble in the Thames sufficient of His Majesty's ships to allow of any being berthed in any part of the river other than Southend, where the available ships will lie. There will be, approximately, 13 battleships, 2 battle-cruisers, 4 light cruisers, and a certain number of destroyers and submarines. The ships will be...


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