Mr William Waldegrave

Former MP for Bristol West

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Privatisation Proceeds 13 Mar 1997

    The Red Book assumed privatisation proceeds of £1½ billion in 1998–99, reflecting the Government's continuing commitment to privatisation. Privatisation reduces borrowing and secures long-term benefits for UK taxpayers and consumers.
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Privatisation Proceeds 13 Mar 1997

    My hon. Friend is right; the absence of the predicted income from privatisation proceeds seems to have been missed by the right hon. Member for Dunfermline, East (Mr. Brown), who says that he will stick to our plans. Unless the right hon. Gentleman has done yet another U-turn on the matter, the Opposition are £1½ billion short on this, which contributes to the £12 billion gap that they...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Privatisation Proceeds 13 Mar 1997

    No, it does not show any such thing. If we cast our minds back, on each of those occasions the Labour party either said that such businesses could not be privatised or would not be sold—or it tried to talk the market down. The hon. Gentleman helpfully makes another point, which is that the Labour party's proposed so-called windfall tax is based on the idea that there was a windfall—some...

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Former MP for Bristol West

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

Left the House of Commons on 8 April 1997 — General election

Previous MPs in this constituency

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