Former MP, Bexley Erith and Crayford
I have listened to a fair amount of the debate and two aspects of it need to be considered. The hon. Member for Lewisham, West (Mr. Price) referred to the professionals — to journalists, lawyers, the clergy and doctors—and said that the Government had taken care of them in new clause 2, but had ignored the ordinary folk at the receiving end. The hon. Gentleman has got it wrong....
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what representations he has received concerning the abolition of the Greater London council.
Will the Secretary of State bear in mind that the case for abolition does not rest only on the lunatic antics of the Labour-controlled GLC and its desire to dish out lavish subsidies to organisations ranging from those who support gay tights to supporters of IRA bombers? Is he aware that the real case for abolition rests on the simple fact that no service provided by the GLC could not be...
Former MP for Bexley Erith and Crayford
Entered House of Commons on 11 November 1965 — unknown
Left Parliament on 13 May 1983 — General election
Also represented Erith and Crayford
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