Mr Mark Wolfson

Former MP for Sevenoaks

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Mr Mark Wolfson is a former MP for Sevenoaks.

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Former MP for Sevenoaks

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

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

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Petitions: Child Protection 12 Mar 1997

    This petition is on the same subject as the previous two. I have the honour to present it on behalf of my constituent, Mrs. Lois Hainsworth, chairman of the Bahai national women's committee and of Rev. Graham St. John-Willey, director of the Action for Children Campaign, and Mrs. Sandra Khambatta, its assistant director, the other officers of those organisations and the Bahai community in the...
  • St. Helena 22 Jan 1997

    Its isolation, its history and its position—a tiny dot in the south Atlantic—make St. Helena a romantic and beguiling place. It does not disappoint. From the island's first appearance as a misty bump on the horizon until the Royal Mail ship St. Helena drops anchor under the towering cliffs flanking Jamestown harbour, and when visitors leap ashore up the same steps as Napoleon used, the...
  • St. Helena 22 Jan 1997

    I am grateful to my hon. Friend and I entirely agree with his points. The company deserves congratulations. The ship attracts a large element of subsidy, without which it could not run between Cardiff, Ascension, St. Helena and Cape Town. The shipping line is endeavouring to promote greater use of the ship as a cruise attraction. Indeed, several people who were on board during our visit had...

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