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Mr Robert Brown
Former MP for Newcastle upon Tyne North
- Also represented Newcastle upon Tyne West
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- Entered Parliament on 31 March 1966 — General election
- Left Parliament on 18 May 1987 — General election
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Most recent appearances
- Business of the House (11 May 1987)
“It is generally agreed—and I concur with the view—that the Leader of the House is fundamentally an extremely decent man and that he has been an extremely good Leader of the House. As the building of the Channel Tunnel would have a profoundly bad effect on the northeast of England, will he do the decent thing by burying it and leaving it to the next Parliament to decide?”
- Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Neighbourhood Watch Schemes (2 Apr 1987)
“Is the Minister aware that I fully support neighbourhood watch schemes, of which there are many in the Northumbria police area? Is he further aware that since 1978 burglary in that area has increased by 83 per cent.? That means that we have a burglary every 10 minutes. Is it not time that the Minister increased Northumbria's police establishment and that the police got their backsides out of...”
- Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Bill: Protective Provisions (3 Feb 1987)
“I oppose the Third Reading of this pernicious Bill. I believe that it will spell the economic destruction and ruination of the north-east of England. Ministers have told us in Newcastle of the glorious opportunities that the Channel tunnel will provide for the north-east. We have been told about direct access into the heart of Europe for the commodities that we produce, but after seven years...”
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