Mr William Greene

Cyn MP ar gyfer Worcester

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Mr William Greene is a former MP for Worcester.

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  • LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY BILL [Lords] (Suspended Bill). [By Order]. 14 Dec 1944

    I beg to move, to leave out "now", and, at the end of the Question, to add "upon this day six months." I move this Amendment because I believe I have a very good case, and because I believe I am doing the right thing by the constituency which I represent. There is no thought of vote-catching in my mind because I do not intend to stand again. I am simply carrying out what I believe to be my...
  • LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY BILL [Lords] (Suspended Bill). [By Order]. 14 Dec 1944

    I am coming to that. Mrs. Humphreys Owen, ornamental lakes, 125,000 gallons a day. To make these figures really interesting, let us look at Mr. Evans's farm—250,000 gallons a day. Let us suppose that his stock drink 10 gallons a day each, which, of course, they do not, that means, on his farm, he has 25,000 cattle. These figures are perfectly absurd, and I am looking forward to what is...
  • LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY BILL [Lords] (Suspended Bill). [By Order]. 14 Dec 1944

    Certainly, Mr. Speaker, and I do not propose to say even what is in the Clause, but I want to draw the attention of the House to the fact that The Chairman, later on, apologised on behalf of the Committee for disallowing that Clause. He said this: You will appreciate that I did try to indicate, before the Committee came to a decision, what we had in mind. I must say it had just escaped us"—...

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