Former MP, Glasgow Kelvingrove
We have heard a lot today about the improvement in public health since the advent of the National Health Service. I am sorry that the Minister is going away.
As I was saying, we have heard a lot about the revolutionary changes in public health since the advent of the National Health Service. Even if I sat on the Government benches—which heaven forbid—I could not deny a word of that. There is no doubt about it. It is not long since I told the Scottish Standing Committee of the revolutionary changes which I have seen in my lifetime, such...
Is it not a fact that it will be five years before Yorkhill is available? The right hon. Gentleman has now admitted that we shall lose the maternity beds at Lennox Castle. They must obviously be put against the beds that we are getting in other places.
Former MP for Glasgow Kelvingrove
Entered House of Commons on 13 March 1958 — unknown
Left Parliament on 18 September 1959 — General election
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