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Mr Gordon Wilson
Former MP for Dundee East
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- Entered Parliament on 28 February 1974 — General election
- Left Parliament on 18 May 1987 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Abolition of Domestic Rates etc. (Scotland) Bill (Allocation of Time): Supplemental (13 May 1987)
“Unlike the hon. Member for Stirling (Mr. Forsyth), I do not intend to speak for long. I remind him that one of the reasons why we shall vote against the motion is that it is unfair and unjust. It is the job of a parliamentary Opposition, with different constituencies, to oppose measures that we consider to be deeply damaging to our electorate. To some extent, I was surprised to listen to the...”
- Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Labour Statistics (13 May 1987)
“Is not the real indictment of the Secretary of State that after eight years he can rejoice in the unemployment figures that we have heard? He is so complacent about the situation that he relies solely on grasping the straws of short-term prospects. When will he do something about the Scottish economy, because under his care and that of his predecessor it has rotted away?”
- Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Steel Industry (29 Apr 1987)
“Since the top management of British Steel is notoriously anti-Ravenscraig and anti-Scottish, what guarantee will the Minister give that, in the event of privatisation, the first act of the newly privatised corporation will not be to close Ravenscraig steelworks and thus take away Scotland's indigenous steel industry?”
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