Mr David Hardman

Former MP for Darlington

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Education 24 Jul 1951

    I could not help feeling that the right hon. Lady the Member for Moss Side (Miss Horsbrugh) was a little gloomy and pernickety in her opening remarks, and she ended up in the same strain. She was most anxious to know more about 1950. I am sorry that she has not allowed us some sort of celebration. A jubilee celebration is not unnatural after 50 years of progress, with which she agrees. We...
  • Orders of the Day — Education 24 Jul 1951

    Yes, Sir, I can give that assurance. It is true that there has been some doubt as to whether places were to be spread where, in fact, they were needed, but I can give the assurance that we no longer have that doubt which has been expressed in the past in this House by my right hon. Friend and myself. There is something else that we must bear in mind apropos the building programme, and that...
  • Orders of the Day — Education 24 Jul 1951

    That is what I meant to say. Another of the problems that face my right hon. Friend and myself in the field of technical education is that the demand for it is insatiable, and in spite of the fact that local education authorities have, since the war, started work on provisions estimated to cost the £18 million which I have detailed. It is quite impossible to accommodate all the students...

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Former MP for Darlington

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

Left the House of Commons on 5 October 1951 — General election

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