Mr Maurice Macmillan

Former MP for South West Surrey

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Mr Maurice Macmillan is a former MP for South West Surrey.

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Former MP for South West Surrey

Entered the House of Commons on 26 May 1955 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 March 1984 — Died

Also represented Farnham; Halifax

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Recent appearances

  • Local Government 23 Jan 1984

    I shall be extremely brief and deal solely with the impact of this measure, combined with the Rates Bill, on the electors, ratepayers and taxpayers of Surrey. I thought that the right hon. Member for Halton (Mr. Oakes) was trying to do my job for me when he quoted the Surrey county council chairman, which I shall also do. The present rate support grant system has probably a greater impact on...
  • Athens Summit 7 Dec 1983

    Does the Prime Minister agree that there is no possible solution to this dilemma by seeking to develop a Community on the looser lines of a trading partnership between the nations and that it is the nature of the Community that is essential to its political and security aspects? Since this may take some time despite her efforts, can she give an indication that those areas of co-operation,...
  • National Graphical Association (Dispute) 30 Nov 1983

    Will my right hon. and learned Friend confirm that, quite apart from violence or the behaviour of the pickets, the mere presence of so many of them has in the past been held to be intimidation and that in the past that view has been accepted by better leaders of the Labour party than we now have?

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