Former MP, Kensington North
It is not often that I take time in the Chamber from other hon. Members. I am usually upstairs trying to stop other hon. Members from speaking in Standing Committee. On the occasions when I speak in the Chamber I seem to talk about houses and, inevitably, about the housing in my constituency, which is a stain and a blot upon the country's record. No matter how many times the question is...
I expect the hon. Gentleman to rise to the defence of the council in South Kensington, but by the time I have completed my argument he, too, will realise that his party is responsible.
I am not at the moment concerned with any other part of Britain than my own constituency. I am concerned with Notting Hill, the area which is specially dealt with in the recent report, and with no other part of the country. The first speech that I made as a young propagandist was in Notting Hill about its housing conditions. That was over 40 years ago. As I am nearing my swansong in the...
Former MP for Kensington North
Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 29 April 1970 — General election
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