Former MP, Rushcliffe
I do not want to take much of the time of the House, but I should like to revert to the question of parking at suburban stations, because I am not very satisfied that the Minister should rest his case on the fact that it has been referred to the interchange group of the co-ordinating council. This seems to be George Orwell at his best. I hope that it will produce some results in due course....
That is a good point, but it rather argues against the point which the hon. Gentleman made previously. I hope that when the interchange group considers these matters it will not be backward in its thoughts and that it may, in the end, save a great deal of expenditure nearer the centre of London.
I beg to give notice that on Thursday, 17th March, I shall call attention to the inaccuracies of certain pledges made by the Prime Minister, and move a Resolution.
Former MP for Rushcliffe
Entered the House of Commons on 23 February 1950 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 10 March 1966 — General election
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