Mr Harry Lamborn

Former MP for Southwark Peckham

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Garden Supplies (Sunday Trading) Bill 12 Feb 1982

    I wish to enlarge on the point that I made in my intervention. There is a real fear that what has been described as a very small Bill could have far more serious implications than the right hon. Gentleman envisages. In this context, I should declare an interest as a Member sponsored by USDAW. I fear that the extension of Sunday trading could make serious incursions into family life. There...
  • Orders of the Day — Garden Supplies (Sunday Trading) Bill 12 Feb 1982

    I have no doubt that my hon. Friend the Member for Bradford, South (Mr. Torney) could even catch a trout in a garden centre on a Sunday. I was developing the point that this very small Bill could have much wider implications than the promoter suggested. As I instanced in an intervention to him, there has over the past decade been a great change in the pattern of retail distribution, with an...
  • Orders of the Day — Garden Supplies (Sunday Trading) Bill 12 Feb 1982

    I thank my hon. Friend for his intervention. I agree with his point. That is why I am opposed to the measure. If it were made legitimate for a greater number of articles to be sold on Sunday, it would be all the more difficult for USDAW to defend the sort of case that my hon. Friend has mentioned. It would also make it all the more difficult for USDAW to carry out what I consider to be a most...

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Former MP for Southwark Peckham

Entered the House of Commons on 4 May 1972 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 21 August 1982 — Died

Also represented Southwark

Future MPs in this constituency

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