Mr Norman Tebbit

Former MP for Chingford

Recent appearances

  • New Clause 2: Access to Legal Advice 21 Jan 1992

    No, thank you. If Opposition Members would like me to elaborate at greater length, I could tell them the story of Mr. Williams, who was recently deported. He had been here illegally for about 18 months, during which time he had found gainful employment in the Department of Employment as an employment adjudication officer. In that role, he frequently adjudicated upon his own claims. He then...
  • New Clause 2: Access to Legal Advice 21 Jan 1992

    I am grateful to my hon. Friend for what he has said. It enables me to say that I was accused of racism by Labour Members although I had not mentioned the race of the individuals in the two cases to which I referred.
  • New Clause 2: Access to Legal Advice 21 Jan 1992

    I shall tell the hon. Gentleman a little more about the two individuals, if I may, in a brief intervention. One gentleman has fled the country of his own volition, using yet another identity. The other gentleman to whom I referred, Mr. Williams, was deported some little while ago, it being cheaper to deport him than prosecute him for the gross fraud that he has perpetrated against the United...

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Former MP for Chingford

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

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

Also represented Waltham Forest Chingford; Epping

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