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SECOND READING. (Hansard, 25 October 1899)
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The only thing new was that the House of Commons ought to make the treaty with the Boers, and its own relations with the Orange Free State, when we have finished the war, instead of this being done by Her Majesty, acting on the advice of her Cabinet, the members of which have been elected by the constituencies for, amongst others, the express purpose of doing such things as carrying on wars ...
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INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM. (Hansard, 12 December 1934)
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HC Deb 12 December 1934 vol 296 cc403-531 403 § Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question [11 th December], That this House accepts the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform as the basis for the revision of the Indian Constitution and considers it expedient that a Bill should be introduced on the general lines of the report."—
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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA BILL. (Hansard, 4 June 1935)
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The Cabinet is an entirely different matter, but even there it does not apply, for what sort of a Cabinet should we make, and what unity should we achieve in that Cabinet, if the 20 Members were to be elected by groups of 30 Members in the House of Commons? In any case, the comparison between an Assembly which is supposed to be representative of the people and an executive which is supposed to ...
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Falkland Islands - Hansard - UK Parliament
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The United States described itself as an honest broker. Bismarck once said at the Congress of Berlin that he was an honest broker, but that all honest brokers act for a large commission. In political terms, that is what has happened. Given the facts of the dispute, an evenhanded approach from the United States was never justified. If America ...
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 21st May, 1940. The House— after the Adjournment on Thursday, 9 th May, for the Whitsuntide Recess— met at a Quarter before Three of
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Monday, 14th July, 1958 The House met at half-past Two o'clock Prayers [Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair] Private Business Manchester Corporation Bill Wal
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 5th March, 1935. The House met at a Quarter before Three of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair. Private Business Private Bills (Standing
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Wednesday, 9th June, 1937. The House met at a Quarter before Three of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair. Oral Answers To Questions Spain 1. Mr.
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 4th August, 1942. [Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.] Private Business Coventry Corporation Bill Lords Read the Third time, and passed, with Amen
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 25th January, 1944 [Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair] Oral Answers To Questions Scotland Water Supplies (Survey) 1. Mr. Boothby asked the Secreta
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 9th June, 1953 The House—after the Adjournment on 22nd May, 1953, for the Whitsun Recess—met at Half past Two o'Clock. Prayers [Mr. S
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Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 14th March, 1944 [Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair] Private Business Beckett Hospital And Dispensary, Barnsley, Bill Read the Third time, and pas
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