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Capital Punishment

Volume 237: debated on Tuesday 25 March 1930

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"That a Message be sent to the Lords to request that their Lordships will be pleased to give leave to the Viscount Brentford, the Viscount Bridgeman, the Lord Darling, the Lord Buckmaster, and the Lord Archbishop of York to attend to be examined as witnesses before the Select Committee on Capital Punisliment."—[Mr. Barr.]