Mr Michael Colvin

Former Conservative MP for Romsey

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Mr Michael Colvin is a former MP for Romsey.

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Former Conservative MP for Romsey

Entered the House of Commons on 3 May 1979 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 24 February 2000 — Died

Also represented Romsey and Waterside; Bristol North West

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Recent appearances

  • Defence White Paper 22 Feb 2000

    The whole House will applaud the passion with which the hon. Member for West Renfrewshire (Mr. Graham) fights his corner on behalf of the Bishopton Royal Ordnance factory. I very much hope that the shots he has fired today find their target on the Treasury Bench and that he at least gets the meeting with the Minister that he wants so that the work force can put its case directly to him....
  • Defence White Paper 22 Feb 2000

    On the Eurofighter, and its beyond visual range air-to-air missile, the right hon. and learned Gentleman will recall the day that he, the hon. Member for Walsall, South (Mr. George) and I spent in the Bundestag with the German defence committee when it was throwing a wobbly over the future of Eurofighter. We found that once we had put a little resolve into the committee's members they wanted...
  • Defence White Paper 22 Feb 2000

    The Secretary of State will appreciate that, following the drawdown from Germany, there is a problem with training grounds for infantry. I know that a lot of training is carried out jointly between cavalry and infantry, but the Salisbury training area near my constituency has been completely taken over by tanks, with the result that there is now nowhere for the "poor bloody infantry" to...

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