Mr George Drayson

Former MP for Skipton

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • Clause 2: Interpretation 17 Nov 1977

    I am very sympathetic towards the amendment, which I do not think goes far enough. I am surprised that we have not had a number of amendments on the Notice Paper increasing the sum involved to £15 or £20. However, I am glad that we have not indulged in "pensioneering". A number of hon. Members have shown that that is something that they heartily dislike. I should have liked the amendment...
  • Education and Social Services 4 Nov 1977

    There is one aspect of education that I wish to bring to the notice of the Secretary of State, although she may deny any responsibility for it. It is this very serious problem of getting children to school in rural areas. During the Summer Recess, I had the opportunity to meet a large number of parents who were very concerned that local authorities, because of the restrictions placed on...
  • PUBLIC LENDING RIGHTS BILL [Lords] 14 Oct 1976

    My hon. and learned Friend has referred to the penal aspect of the Bill. Has he considered the position of the libraries in prisons? Will they be making their full contribution to the fund? Are they covered by the Bill?

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Former MP for Skipton

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 7 April 1979 — General election

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