Mr Michael Havers

Former MP for Wimbledon

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • New clause 2: Certifying Out 8 Apr 1987

    I am very grateful to the right hon. and learned Member for Warley, West (Mr. Archer) for his comments. We always consider the opinions and views of the right hon. and learned Gentleman with great care, especially on legal matters. His reputation as Solicitor-General will be remembered and respected for a long time by all hon. Members. As a very new Solicitor-General I was present during the...
  • New clause 2: Certifying Out 8 Apr 1987

    The hon. Lady is saying that. I should delegate part of it——
  • New clause 2: Certifying Out 8 Apr 1987

    I do not see how else we can do it while we have scheduled offences. I said that I would give two or three examples. A terrorist, or illegally held, gun may be used by a man to murder his wife. That was an example given in the Baker report. We do not prosecute for possession of the weapon, which would be a scheduled offence, because it has been a long tradition in the Province that murder...

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Former MP for Wimbledon

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

Left the House of Commons on 18 May 1987 — General election

Previous MPs in this constituency

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