Mr Keith Speed

Former MP for Ashford

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Recent appearances

  • Royal Yacht 22 Jan 1997

    Does my right hon. Friend accept that the all-party maritime group, which I chair, welcomes this decision, for which we have campaigned for more than two years? The new yacht should not only be built in Britain, but contain the finest British marine technology, to show the rest of the world that we still lead in maritime affairs.
  • Orders of the Day — Central Railway Order 24 Jul 1996

    I will not reiterate the comments by hon. Members in all parts of the House because time is short. I quarrel slightly with my hon. Friend the Minister when he says that consultation has taken place with many local authorities. I am informed by Kent county council and Ashford borough council that consultation consisted of encounters with two or three people who were unwilling or unable to...
  • Orders of the Day — Central Railway Order 24 Jul 1996

    The rail companies that have been privatised, indeed all rail freight, and many other organisations are backers of the piggyback consortium, which presents a totally viable solution. It would cost £ 100 million, mean no new railways at all and operate a freight service from Glasgow to Folkestone. What is the Government's view on assisting that in the next two years?

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Former MP for Ashford

Entered the House of Commons on 28 March 1968 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 8 April 1997 — General election

Also represented Meriden

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