Former MP, Woking
Former MP, Woking
Humfrey Malins hardly ever rebelled against their party in their last parliament
I should like to say a few words about domestic violence protection notices and speak to amendments 21 and 22. I begin by saying that this is a troubling night-I wonder whether other colleagues think so-in the sense that over the years, arguments have quite often been put forward by the Opposition or Government Back Benchers on Second Reading that require a Bill Committee to consider an issue...
A very fine sight, if I may say so, particularly on the rugby field in the old days and the golf course nowadays- [ Laughter. ] I am way off the subject, for which I apologise. If the applicant-the police officer-goes to a court on a Friday afternoon, who can guarantee that the application will be heard in the court on the Monday or Tuesday morning? The clerk of the court is not so bound by...
I may not get another opportunity to say to the Minister that in all my dealings with him over the years, I have always found him measured, kindly, helpful and constructive.
Former Conservative MP for Woking
Entered House of Commons on 9 June 1983 — General election
Left Parliament on 12 April 2010 — did not stand for re-election
Also represented Croydon North West
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