Mr Julian Critchley

Former MP for Aldershot

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Recent appearances

  • Opposition Day: Poll Tax 19 Feb 1991

    My right hon. Friend will be aware of the sense of relief felt by service men who are serving in the Gulf and their families and by the electors in places like Rushmoor, which is Aldershot and Farnborough combined, who faced a notional additional charge of £14 a head. My right hon. Friend knows that he is always welcome in Aldershot and never more so than when he comes to speak to the local...
  • Local Government Finance (England) 29 Jan 1991

    My right hon. Friend will be aware that in Rushmoor, which covers Aldershot and Farnborough, the register has dropped by more than 2,000 because of the number of service men going to the Gulf. Were the revenue support grant to remain the same as last September, most of my constituents would be paying £14 a year more in poll tax. Is he able to help with that?
  • The Gulf 15 Jan 1991

    If my hair is as red as my suit, it is due not to vanity but to enemy action. The hon. Member for Bristol, South (Ms. Primarolo) asserted that wars solved nothing. She is wrong, for on occasion wars do provide a solution. One might argue that the Great War solved nothing and only postponed a second world war, but the hon. Lady cannot assert that the second world war solved nothing when in...

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Former MP for Aldershot

Entered the House of Commons on 8 October 1959 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 8 April 1997 — General election

Also represented Rochester and Chatham

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