Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 9th June 1993.

Alert me about debates like this

Photo of Michael Connarty Michael Connarty , Falkirk East 12:00 am, 9th June 1993

The Minister has been listening to the comments by some about the uniqueness of Scottish culture and morality. Will he go with that trend and give an assurance that we will not be surprised by the Government's abandoning the safeguard whereby in Scotland users cannot have their water supplies cut off—and that there will be no repeat of the terrible scenes in England and Wales, with rising dysentery and the loss of water supplies that are vital to people's lives? Will he give an assurance today that he will not abandon that basic tenet of Scottish morality and civil law?