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'Whither Britain ? '—12

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The Rt. Hon. WALTER ELLIOT ,
M.C., LL.D., D.Sc., M.P.
THE LAST IN THIS SERIES to look into our future is one of the most versatile and distinguished of our Cabinet Ministers. Privy Councillor 1932, he has been Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries since that year. He was Unionist member for Lanark from December, 1918, to 1923, and has represented the Kelvingrove Division of Glasgow since 1924.
Educated at Glasgow Academy and University, he was a serving soldier in France and won a bar to his Military Cross.
He has been Parliamentary Under-secretary for Health for Scotland, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland (1926 to 1929), and Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1931 to 1932).

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