The Speaker was J. C. Fuller Socialist prime minister in the Hanwell & Ealing (debating) Parliament his subject was "The work of a Socialist Parliament".
He stated that The Socialist movement had made great progress during the last few years, ten years ago they were a band of gorillas, but they had now developed into a Party.
The Hanwell and District parliament was one of the oldest and strongest institutions of its kind in London and it started with only four or five socialists and now had over sixty.
Advertiser 11 February 1911
ILP Speakers 1908
J. C. Fuller, , 8, Leighton Road. West Ealing
later Ealing Alderman
Buckinghamshire Advertiser and Uxbridge, Harrow & Watford Journal 23 March 1890
A Coloured preacher - A native of Africa will preach at the Uxbridge Wesleyan Chapel Sunday 24th March 1890 and at Iver Mission hall in the afternoon and evening