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Mr Nicholas Scott
Former MP for Chelsea
- Also represented Kensington and Chelsea Chelsea; Paddington South
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- Entered Parliament on 31 March 1966 — General election
- Left Parliament on 8 April 1997 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Police Bill [Lords] (12 Feb 1997)
“I am grateful for the opportunity to make a modest contribution to the debate. I shall be brief because I know that many others want to speak. I apologise to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, and to those present in the Chamber, as I shall not be present for the whole debate because of unavoidable commitments outside the House later this evening. The thrust of the Bill is to protect the public from...”
- London Electronics College (17 Apr 1996)
“At a time when images of Culloden pour from our screens and appear in our newspapers and other journals week by week, it may be that it is another lost cause that I espouse in this brief debate this morning, in which I look forward to the response of my hon. Friend the Under-Secretary of State for Education and Employment. The London Electronics college in my constituency was founded in 1892...”
- Prayers: Trading Schemes Bill (29 Mar 1996)
“With the leave of the House, I shall speak briefly. First, I wish to apologise on behalf of my hon. Friend the Member for Mid-Kent (Mr. Rowe), who has left the Chamber briefly to respond to a green card that has been delivered to him. Secondly, I wish to express my gratitude to all those who have played a part in the progress of the legislation to this stage. I am grateful for that unanimous...”
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