Mr Ivor Stanbrook

Former MP for Orpington

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Mr Ivor Stanbrook is a former MP for Orpington.

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Former MP for Orpington

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

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

Also represented Bromley Orpington

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Recent appearances

  • Terrorism 24 Feb 1992

    I hate the party game. I resent the idea that everything said by the Opposition is wrong, bad, unworthy and so on and that everything said by one's own party is right and virtuous. I always look for the good points in the Labour party's policy, realising that Labour Members sometimes—in my opinion, anyway—get it right and sometimes have constructive points to make about legislation....
  • Terrorism 24 Feb 1992

    The name Colville has just been mentioned. Of course, Colville is in favour of the continuation of the order in principle and in general. He suggests intelligent, sensible and reasonable modifications. It would certainly be open to the Labour party to propose such modifications. The time to do so is when the principle of the Bill has been accepted. That is the same principle that we apply to...
  • Terrorism 24 Feb 1992

    I will give way later. We must seek a political solution. We must surely start by saying that the people in Northern Ireland who do not want to be British are entitled to go and live elsewhere. If, in the border areas, there is a sufficient majority, why should not we redraw the border so that those people who desire to be within the sovereignty of the Irish Republic are in that sovereignty?...

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