Mr Graham Tope

Former MP for Sutton and Cheam

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Housing and Planning Bill 5 Feb 1974

    When examining any housing Bill, and this one in particular, we should first put it into the context of the problem it seeks to solve and then assess how well it will achieve that result. At this stage, it might be timely to recall the pledge of this Government in their 1970 General Election manifesto, "A Better Tomorrow": New drive and impetus is urgently needed to reverse the biggest...
  • Orders of the Day — Housing and Planning Bill 5 Feb 1974

    I certainly hope that the trend will continue. I wish it was continuing much faster. It is welcoming to see that one trend at least is on the way up while the other trends seem to be on the way down. The Secretary of State has often said, rightly, that housing must be a top priority. It is timely to remind the House of a passage from the Layfield Report which said: It will be necessary to...
  • Orders of the Day — ROAD TRAFFIC BILL [Lords] 30 Jan 1974

    I was most interested to hear the right hon. Gentleman's explanation of his habit of economy in replying to Questions. In his opening speech the Minister referred to the Bill as a ragbag, but that was perhaps a little unkind. There is certainly no general theme, but it is none the worse for that. It contains many necessary measures, some of which are overdue and to which my hon. Friends and...

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Former MP for Sutton and Cheam

Entered the House of Commons on 7 December 1972 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 8 February 1974 — General election

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