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Mr David Martin
Former MP for Portsmouth South
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- Entered Parliament on 11 June 1987 — General election
- Left Parliament on 8 April 1997 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Royal Yacht (22 Jan 1997)
“I welcome my right hon. Friend's statement about the existing royal yacht and its replacement, and I particularly welcome the fact that the yacht will continue to be crewed by the Royal Navy. Will he confirm that I will have his personal support for the proposal that the new royal yacht should be home based at Portsmouth, as the existing yacht has been for so many years?”
- Budget Resolutions and Economic Situations: Amendment of the Law (26 Nov 1996)
“Today's Budget is a thoroughly Conservative one—with both a small and a large C. It is a responsible package of measures. It reduces the mainstream burdens of taxation, particularly on those least able to bear them, but it also reduces public debt and public expenditure while finding extra money for health, education and law and order, which are dear to our constituents. I welcome the...”
- Orders of the Day — Home Affairs (28 Oct 1996)
“This debate is a useful opportunity to raise some concerns that should be addressed in the new Session, either in the legislation proposed in the Gracious Speech or in other parliamentary ways. Many improvements that I have in mind for my constituents do not require legislation. I shall give two examples. I welcome the proposed health care Bill, which will offer doctors opportunities to set...”
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