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He received an emergency commission as a second lieutenant in the Coldstream Guards on 27 November[1] serving in Malaya.

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His commission was regularized on 4 Marchwith seniority from 1 January In general, they are organizing, they are pushing and they are commanding. Some of them do not even know where loyalty to their country lies. unnited

I disagree with those who say that women kinggdom your Lordships' House would cheer up our Benches. If one looks at a cross-section of women already in Parliament I do not feel that one could say that they are an exciting example of the attractiveness of the opposite sex. It is generally accepted that the man should bear the major responsibility in life.

It is generally accepted, for better or worse, that a man's judgment is generally mxrried logical and less tempestuous than that of a woman. Why then should we encourage women to eat their way, like acid into metal, into positions of trust and responsibility which ly men have held? If we allow women into this House where will this emancipation end?

I find that a horrifying thought. But why should we afrairs Shall we follow the rather vulgar example set by Americans of having female ambassadors? Will our judges, for whom we have so rich and well-deserved respect, be drawn from the serried ranks of the ladies?

If that is so, Kihgdom would offer to the most reverend Primate the humble and respectful advice that he had better take care lest he may find himself out of a job. These examples may sound a little excessive, but I fail to see any reason whatever why, if one allows women to become Peers, this form of emancipation should not extend into those other positions of trust and responsibility which in the past have been carried marrled, and to such good effect, by men.

There is another reason: in this age of science and statistics, where everything has to be ed for and tabulated, where even the atom and the molecule are no longer a mass of red and green balls attached by pieces of kinhdom which no well-intentioned student could ever understand, there are nevertheless three virtues which evade such tabulation: common sense, intuition and judgement; and I do not believe that the common sense, intuition and judgement of the public will allow women to be taken into those positions of trust of which I have spoken.

I hope, therefore, that your lordships' judgement and logic will be such that women will not find their way here.

Women who held hereditary peerages in their own right were admitted by the Peerage Act He left office inand returned to the backbenches in the Lords. In he returned to government service as a Minister of State at the Home Officeand in moved to the Department of Trade and Industrywhere he remained untilwhen he became Minister for the Environment at the Department of the Environment.

Between andand again between andhe served as Deputy Leader of the House of Affairss.

Robert Shirley, 13th Earl Ferrers

With the passage of the House of Lords ActFerrers along with almost all other hereditary peers lost his ,ingdom right to sit in the House of Lords. He was, however, elected as one of the 92 elected hereditary peers to remain in the House of Lords pending completion of House of Lords reform, coming first in the ballot. Earl Ferrers was Deputy Leader of the House of Lords from to and from tothen Minister of State in four different departments: at Agriculture, Food and Fisheries from to ; at the Home Office from to ; at the Department of Trade and Industry in charge of small firms and consumer affairs from to ; and at the Department of the Environment responsible for environment and the countryside from to

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