Mr Sidney Dye

Former MP for South West Norfolk

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Mr Sidney Dye is a former MP for South West Norfolk.

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Former MP for South West Norfolk

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

Left the House of Commons on 9 December 1958 — Died

Also represented Norfolk South Western

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Recent appearances

  • R.a.F. Station, North Pickenham (Demonstration) 8 Dec 1958

    (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for Air why demonstrators were able to enter upon the Royal Air Force Station at North Pickenham on 6th to 7th December, hindering the workmen from carrying on their normal duties, what action he intends to take to avoid similar occurrences, and whether he will make a statement?
  • R.a.F. Station, North Pickenham (Demonstration) 8 Dec 1958

    In view of the fact that these demonstrators have been in this neighbourhood for some time, endeavouring to cause a stoppage of work by picketing and, having failed to do it by those means, by going on to the site, is it not time that workmen engaged in this work should be protected against intrusion by people who desire, for political purposes, to bring about a stoppage of work? Is the...
  • R.a.F. Station, North Pickenham (Demonstration) 8 Dec 1958

    Will the right hon. Gentleman see that the further report to which he referred is made available to the House, to make it plain that undue force was not used by the local or other police engaged on that site against any of the demonstrators? [HON. MEMBERS: "How does the hon. Member know?"] I was there.

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