Mr Frank McLeavy

Former MP for Bradford East

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Mr Frank McLeavy is a former MP for Bradford East.

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Former MP for Bradford East

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 March 1966 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • Transport and Technology 16 Nov 1965

    Earlier in his speech the hon. Member complained that the motorist was taxed far too heavily now. One of his right hon. Friends on the Opposition Front Bench agreed with that comment. May I suggest that to tax the motorist further for the use of roads for which he pays very heavily already would be anti-social, unreasonable and contrary to the principles of fair play to the motoring industry.
  • Transport 8 Jul 1964

    It is always a pleasure to follow in a debate the hon. Member for Folkestone and Hythe (Mr. Costain), although I have been in disagreement with most of what he has said today. I agree with him that we should look to the future and I hope that what I have to say will be taken from the point of view that I agree entirely that it is the future that matters rather than the somewhat murky past....
  • Transport 8 Jul 1964

    The high toll on our roads of killed and injured, the traffic congestion, the decline in railway and bus traffic, and the ever-increasing cost of road freight and passenger transport call for very serious examination and action. The Tory policy of free-for-all has been undoubtedly profitable to a few, but it has been disastrous to the nation. Road freight services are jamming our roads while...

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