Dr Peter Brand

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Isle of Wight

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Dr Peter Brand is a former MP for Isle of Wight.

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Former Liberal Democrat MP for Isle of Wight

Entered the House of Commons on 1 May 1997 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 14 May 2001 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • Opposition Day: Rural Economy 25 Apr 2001

    The Minister will realise that my island constituency has been free of foot and mouth so far, and we hope to keep it that way through rigid barrier controls at our ferry ports. However, there is a problem, as it costs at least £300 to take animals from farm to abattoir, irrespective of the number taken. A collection point proposal has been put to her office but. apparently, the response was...
  • Hampshire Ambulance Service 24 Apr 2001

    I am fascinated by the Minister's comment that it is policy to allow the other emergency services to provide a service. I am totally in favour of that. However, will she speak to her colleagues in the Home Office who base fire brigade funding entirely on callouts to fires and do not consider any accident or emergency service that they might be providing?
  • Hampshire Ambulance Service 24 Apr 2001

    Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the process will not have an even impact across the country? Some areas will be much more affected by that desirable way of providing services in certain fields of expertise. Some isolated rural and island areas will be very much disadvantaged.

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