Former MP, South Dorset
Is my right hon. Friend aware that a large number of Government supporters in Britain have followed the Government into the Common Market negotiations with enthusiasm, because they believe that if they are successful there will be no prospect of further nationalisation of British industry? May we take it from his original reply that that is not now the case.
During my right hon. Friend's very successful tour of the Rhodesias, reports arrived in this country to the effect that Dr. Banda had made an absolute demand for secession and that my right hon. Friend had accommodated him to the extent of conceding the principle. I was not quite sure from his answers whether that was the case.
Is not my right hon. Friend the Minister of Defence a servant of this House as a whole? Is he to be put at the beck and call of a little caucus of right hon. Gentlemen opposite who are not even followed by large sections of their party? Are there not many quarters in this House—including the Liberal Party and many of my hon. Friends—who are entirely satisfied with my right hon....
Former MP for South Dorset
Entered the House of Commons on 22 February 1941 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 15 June 1962 — unknown
Also represented Dorset Southern
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