Mr Frederick Willey

Former MP for Sunderland North

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Mr Frederick Willey is a former MP for Sunderland North.

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Former MP for Sunderland North

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 13 May 1983 — General election

Also represented Sunderland

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Recent appearances

  • Shipbuilding and Ship Repair 19 Apr 1983

    I am anxious to speak, for two reasons. First, we had a deputation from Tyne and Wear this afternoon. Many friends of mine were there. Secondly, I have made representations with deputations from the Sunderland War for Work board. This is important. This is not only an industrial problem; it is a social problem. We in Sunderland are now in the position that we were in in the early 1930s. We...
  • Shipbuilding (Tyne and Wear) 31 Mar 1983

    We very much appreciate the aid that was given by the Government—whom we met some months ago—for the Ethiopian orders. However, can the hon. Gentleman say whether any progress has been made on the Mexican orders, which are crucial to Sunderland shipbuilders?
  • Orders of the Day — British Shipbuilders Bill 23 Feb 1983

    I am obliged to the hon. Gentleman for giving way. I regret to hear that illness has prevented the hon. Member for Tynemouth (Mr. Trotter) being here. We all wish him a speedy recovery.

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