Mr David Mudd

Former MP for Falmouth and Camborne

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Mr David Mudd is a former MP for Falmouth and Camborne.

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Former MP for Falmouth and Camborne

Entered the House of Commons on 18 June 1970 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 16 March 1992 — General election

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Recent appearances

  • New Schedule: Tin Mining (Cornwall) 6 Mar 1991

    I shall not repeat the arguments that the hon. Member for Truro (Mr. Taylor) has put forward so eloquently and succinctly. I endorse his every word and his every sentiment. I must however, question some of the seeming inconsistencies in the reasons given by the Department of Trade and Industry over the past 10 days for its decision to end support. It has been said that the depressed price of...
  • Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill: Punishment for Murder of a Police Officer 17 Dec 1990

    Tragically, murder is no stranger to my constituency. By a bizarre coincidence, today is the 27th anniversary of the very day in 1963 when two men were hanged—one in Bristol and one in Winchester—for the murder of a farmer in my constituency. The motive for their crime was robbery, and the sum they gained was £4. For £4, three people died—the farmer and the two murderers. One of the...
  • Orders of the Day — Caravans (Standard Community Charge and Rating) Bill 3 Dec 1990

    I declare an interest as consultant to the British Holiday and Home Parks Association. What I am about to say will probably give greater encouragement to the Opposition than to my hon. Friends. I welcome the Bill for two reasons. First, it shows yet again that the implications of the community charge legislation were so complex, and the decisions were reached so hastily, that the Department...

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