Former MP, Nottingham South
I apologise for delaying the House still further at this very late hour. I only hope that I shall be able to stay awake and make my point. My hon. Friend the Minister of State knows that I became interested in this subject as long ago as October, 1967, when I first contacted his immediate predecessor on behalf of a friend of mine of very long standing. On that occasion I was shuttled back...
I also congratulate the hon. and gallant Member for Carshalton (Captain W. Elliot) on his choice of subject, but I cannot be expected to follow the lines of the speeches which have been made so far. They have all been devoted to problems in and around the London area. I expected that one hon. Member would give vent to the notorious corruption of ale Lord's Prayer: Our Father, who art in...
I was not comparing Stockholm with London but with other great cities which have rivers running through them, like Nottingham.
Former MP for Nottingham South
Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1966 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 29 April 1970 — General election
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