Mr Michael Irvine

Former MP for Ipswich

About your former Member of Parliament

Mr Michael Irvine is a former MP for Ipswich.

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security: Pension Funds 2 Mar 1992

    My right hon. Friend will know that the Serious Fraud Office is conducting investigations into fraud and dishonesty in this sphere. However, there is also the related issue of possible negligence and breach of duty on the part of the supervisory authorities. Will my right hon. Friend give the several hundred Maxwell pensioners in my constituency an assurance that he will scrutinise carefully...
  • Pension Rebates Review 27 Feb 1992

    Does my right hon. Friend agree that, in the light of the appalling fraud perpetrated on the pensioners of the Maxwell-controlled companies, the case for personal pensions is stronger, because with personal pensions it is up to the individual pensioner to choose who manages that pension and in whom to place his or her trust?
  • Opposition Day: Industry (Government Policies) 6 Feb 1992

    In Victorian times, my great grandfather was a Free Church minister in a village not 25 miles from Dunfermline. As I listened to the hon. Member for Dunfermline, East (Mr. Brown) in full denunciation, it crossed my mind that the tradition of hellfire sermons in Fife is still alive and strong. However, while all good hellfire sermons were full of denunciation and wit—as was the speech of the...

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