MP, Southend West
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Has my right hon. Friend considered the effect on the Scottish economy if a further independence referendum is held?
Order. I feel that the point has been reached at which I must say that the hon. Gentleman should refer to other Members by their constituency rather than their first name. I do not wish to be pompous, but I think we have to be firm.
Order. Before calling the next speaker, I remind Members that there is a firm rule now that if they intervene, they must remain for the winding-up speeches, so they cannot just intervene and then depart. I call Mr Tom Mc Nally.
Conservative MP for Southend West
Entered the House of Commons on 9 June 1983 — General election
Also represented Basildon
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Last updated: 9 Jan 2017.
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