Former MP, City of London and Westminster South
Does the hon. Gentleman agree that the questions that are being asked in the House today, and the number of Members on both sides of the House who are asking them, are extremely helpful in the prosecution of the case in favour of individuals in the Soviet Union? There is all the difference in the world between Ministers telling their opposite numbers in the Soviet Union about their concern,...
Reverting to the original terms of the Question, is the right hon. Gentleman aware that I agree with his answer about the need for reviews of this kind? Certainly there is evidence to suggest that overstaffing exists. However, if the right hon. Gentleman holds that opinion, does he not agree that as the Commission has a smaller staff than the Scottish Office, and smaller too, I believe, even...
Is the Chancellor of the Exchequer aware that while I can echo my hon. Friend's qualified welcome for his statement, I believe that had he acted earlier, sterling would not have fallen so far and his anti-inflation policy therefore would not have run into such difficulties? The right hon. Gentleman asks for congratulations, and I congratulate him on the extent to which he has moved towards...
Former MP for City of London and Westminster South
Entered the House of Commons on 18 June 1970 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 5 January 1977 — unknown
Also represented Cities of London and Westminster
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