Former MP for Bodmin
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Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, although the proposed route passes very close to if not actually over my constituency, I share his view that we should not pass advance judgment on the noise level or any other interference? Will he say whether, under the procedure for compensation, he will ensure that, if necessary, claims will be referred to an impartial authority?
Would not the hon. Gentleman agree that the main reason for the substantial increase in Japanese motor production has been the considerable Government assistance being given to the industry there, which is on a scale unparalleled anywhere in the world?
We have just heard an extremely balanced, informative and invaluable speech from the hon. Member for Coventry, North (Mr. Edelman). I do not think that there is much in the arguments he advanced which any fair minded hon. Member could disagree with. In listening to the speech of the Minister of Technology, I was disappointed in that, while he was able to present a number of interesting...
Former MP for Bodmin
Entered the House of Commons on 15 October 1964 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 29 April 1970 — General election
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