HC Deb 14 November 1946 vol 430 c237
Mr. Bowles

Mr. Speaker, may I call your attention to two Amendments to the Address, standing on the Order Paper in the name of the hon. and gallant Gentleman the Member for Richmond (Sir T. Dugdale) and others? I am named with these Tories as one of the supporters of these Amendments. I have a namesake in the House who spells his name without a "w, namely, the hon. and gallant Member for Wells (Lieut.-Colonel Boles). I was wondering whether you would be good enough, Sir, for my security in my party and in the House, to order, either that my name should be spelt properly, or that the hon. and gallant Member's name should be spelt properly so as to avoid confusion.

Mr. Speaker

I apologise to the hon. Member for a mistake which was unwittingly made, and which will certainly be rectified.