Mr Peter Archer

Former MP for Warley West

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Recent appearances

  • Offending on Bail 25 Feb 1992

    Are not the bail information provisions which the right hon. Gentleman has just announced a dismal confession of failure? If the probation service, the Crown prosecution service, the police and the courts were adequately resourced, would there be a problem of providing the courts with information?
  • Clause 1: Offence of Prison Mutiny 28 Jan 1992

    Will my hon. Friend confirm that we are not concerned purely with the precision of the Bill? Lord Justice Woolf was concerned that the prison system should be part of the system of justice and that prisons must be seen to be run justly. Will my hon. Friend confirm that we are principally concerned that the Bill would mean that prisoners were treated unjustly?
  • Type 23 Frigates 23 Jan 1992

    Will the right hon. Gentleman ensure that his Department takes an adequate interest in the subcontracts? Is he aware that the chain and cable industry in this country is widely accepted as being the best in the world in terms of both technology and workmanship? Will he ensure that it is not unfairly excluded as a result of the foreign dumping of inferior chain?

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Former MP for Warley West

Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1966 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 16 March 1992 — General election

Also represented Rowley Regis and Tipton

Future MPs in this constituency

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