Mr Luke Teeling

Former MP for Brighton, Pavilion

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Mr Luke Teeling is a former MP for Brighton, Pavilion.

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Former MP for Brighton, Pavilion

Entered the House of Commons on 3 February 1944 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 6 February 1969 — unknown

Also represented Brighton

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Immigration Appeals [Money]: Amendments of Foreign Compensation Act, 1950 22 Jan 1969

    The hon. Gentleman has referred to 1959. He must be aware that, for many years before, we were frequently discussing with the Russian Government the possibility of dealing with the whole of the problem, which included the Czarist bonds and those with which we are here concerned. It was only in 1959 that suddenly the Russians said, "We will deal with these first".
  • Orders of the Day — Immigration Appeals [Money]: Amendments of Foreign Compensation Act, 1950 22 Jan 1969

    Mr. Speaker, I am put in a very embarrassing position, because I am not leaving the House for the next few weeks, and it is always possible that God may give me some ideas and that you, Mr. Speaker, may let me catch your eye again. A little more embarrassing has been the charming way in which my right hon. Friend the Member for Bridlington (Mr. Wood) made some very kind remarks about me,...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Channel Tunnel 11 Nov 1968

    asked the Minister of Transport what are the points which Her Majesty's Government and the French Government are not satisfied about in the plans the three groups put forward for a Channel Tunnel; and why they have not yet been made public.

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