MP, Mole Valley
MP, Mole Valley
Paul Beresford hardly ever rebelled against their party in this parliament
I bring the Shadow Minister’s attention to a small private Member’s Bill that went through, which ensures that facilities are available—they can be used legally in prisons—to block phones digitally and take the numbers coming in and going out. Perhaps he is going down a path that is already covered.
I am much in favour of clause 66 and also the new clause. I will not go on about it, because I have been going on about it since 2002 with various Governments and Ministers. I respect the comment made about being able to persuade Ministers, but not necessarily civil servants. I was at the wrong end of that, but I mean no disrespect to anyone else here. As I was sitting quietly listening and...
What is even more important is that—as the Minister set out at the beginning of this afternoon’s discussion—the legislation in this country, introduced by the previous Government and this one, has had a large proactive aspect to it. It is that aspect that really is the difference with the manual.
Conservative MP for Mole Valley
Entered House of Commons on 9 April 1992 — General election
Also represented Croydon Central
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