Mr Michael Grylls

Former MP for Surrey North West

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Police Bill [Lords]: Regulations 19 Mar 1997

    Important points have been raised. As others have said, the voluntary movement is a hugely important part of our national life. I should like to say a little about the Prince's Trust, which has done much to help people start their own businesses—especially disadvantaged people who do not receive much help from other sources, and do not have much capital. The trust does a wonderful job...
  • Clause 2: Business of the House 18 Mar 1997

    Will my right hon. Friend find time tomorrow to debate the excellent state of the British economy? I am sure that everybody in the House, and people outside, would like a debate so that they can understand the great strength of the British economy and how it is the best in Europe.
  • London Underground 25 Feb 1997

    Does my right hon. Friend agree that the best hope for a first-class underground system that will benefit all Londoners lies with moving it into the private sector and away from political control? Private capital—without limit, if that is viable—would benefit everyone. It is obvious that there is nothing new about new Labour: it is still old Labour, which lives for nationalisation and...

More of Mr Michael Grylls’s recent appearances


Former MP for Surrey North West

Entered the House of Commons on 18 June 1970 — General election

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

Also represented Chertsey

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