Former MP, Boston and Skegness
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I applied for this Adjournment debate because, after I had arranged an appointment with the Minister to receive a civic deputation from Lincolnshire, I received a message that the meeting was to be cancelled, as the Minister had something more important to do, or words to that effect. I regret that no offer of an alternative date was made. I was put in some difficulty because, when I had to...
As one who has an unforgettable memory of the outbreak in 1967, may I ask the Minister to confirm that the then Minister, Fred Peart, was advised not only that the slaughtered animals should be buried immediately, but that if the carcases were burned, there was a serious risk that the virus was so viable that it could be carried a considerable distance beyond the infected area?
Will the Prime Minister help the lobby outside by telling us how many representative bodies have called on him to bring to an end community health councils?
Former Conservative MP for Boston and Skegness
Entered the House of Commons on 26 May 1955 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 14 May 2001 — General election
Also represented Holland with Boston; Billericay
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Last updated: 14 May 2001.
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