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Mr John Hughes
Former MP for Coventry North East
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- Entered Parliament on 11 June 1987 — General election
- Left Parliament on 16 March 1992 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Petitions: Human Organ Transplants (6 Mar 1992)
“I wish to present a petition. I fully support the aspirations of the petitioners, who are predominantly from the Coventry area. About 5,500 citizens have signed the petition. This test of public opinion reflects the findings of annual surveys carried out by the British Kidney Patients Association, which show that the majority of British adults —72 per cent.—are in favour of...”
- Bill Presented: Immigration (Dependent Children) (24 Jul 1991)
“I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to permit, in certain circumstances, the immigration into the United Kingdom of dependent children of parents settled in the United Kingdom; and for connected purposes. If the basic right to love and to marry and the important right to live with one's family are so highly valued by hon. Members, is it not ironic that the Berlin wall, which...”
- Orders of the Day — British Railways Board (Finance) Bill (11 Jul 1991)
“This debate is timely, in that it allows those concerned with the declining standards of service on British Rail to demonstrate the desperate and long-standing need for higher investment and for decent levels of borrowing. It is also timely because BR is in a grave crisis due to the terrible neglect of the past decade or more. It is desperately in need of a new deal. Cosmetic promises have...”
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