Mr Neil Thorne

Former MP for Ilford South

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10th June 2020 onwards

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Recent appearances

  • London Underground Bill (By Order) 9 Mar 1992

    I thank the hon. Lady for clarifying the matter. People had an opportunity to petition the House of Lords. It should be made clear that in such operations where design work is proceeding, it is important for matters to be dealt with in the normal fashion. It is not possible to close the shop immediately proposals reach this House. Work has to continue and there was adequate opportunity for...
  • London Underground Bill (By Order) 9 Mar 1992

    The point that I was trying to make is that the construction took place in the London borough of Southwark. Therefore, as far as I am aware, that authority would also have responsibility for supervision of the work and must have had copies of the plans. It would appear that two authorities have lost their copies of the plans.
  • London Underground Bill (By Order) 9 Mar 1992

    I should have thought that the London building inspectors would also have had plans, because they would have had responsibilities as well. There must also have been foundation plans to show drainage works. It is surprising that all the plans that these bodies would have had have disappeared. That is unfortunate, and shows how careless some people can be. Clearly, LRT is doing the right...

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Former MP for Ilford South

Entered the House of Commons on 3 May 1979 — General election

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

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