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Page 5, 17th December 1943 — WHAT NOTTINGHAM M.P: TOLD CATHOLICS Writing to one of his
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WHAT NOTTINGHAM M.P: TOLD CATHOLICS Writing to one of his

Catholic constituents, Major-Gen. Sir Frederick Sykes, M.P. for Central Nottingham, says: " I have taken up the views you expressed on the Education Bill with the President of the Board of Education. I. have received his views and hope to be able to discuss the matter with representatives of the Catholic communities when I come to Nottingham one day in the near future."

Sir Frederick has already received a deputation from the Nottingham Coupcil of the Catholic Parents' and Electors' Association, which hopes to be able to interview yet another Nottingham M.P., Mr. S. F. Markham, when the latter returns to England from America in the near future.




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