Commander Sir Peter Agnew

Former MP for Worcestershire South

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Commander Sir Peter Agnew is a former MP for Worcestershire South.

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Former MP for Worcestershire South

Entered the House of Commons on 27 October 1931 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 10 March 1966 — General election

Also represented Camborne

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Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Public Building and Works: Historic Buildings 7 Mar 1966

    asked the Minister of Public Building and Works what was the total sum expended by his Department on historic buildings in his charge in each of the years from 1960 to 1965.
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Public Building and Works: Historic Buildings 7 Mar 1966

    Can the Parliamentary Secretary say whether these figures represent an increase in real terms, divorced from the general fall in the value of money, and whether the sums spent have been matched each year by an increasing number of the public making use of the facilities accorded as a condition of the grants?
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Spain (Gibraltar): Red Book 28 Feb 1966

    Has the Foreign Secretary read sufficient of the Red Book to agree that, although the Spanish Government are not in breach of the Treaty of Utrecht governing the exercise of British sovereignty over Gilbraltar, they recognise that it is antiquated and needs revision? Are not steps therefore to be welcomed in which the two Governments get together to achieve a new constitutional settlement to...

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