Mr Carol Johnson

Former MP, Lewisham South

Lewisham South

Recent appearances

  • ASHDOWN FOREST BILL [Lords] 23 Oct 1973

    Although every hon. Member will probably agree that opponents of a Private Bill may use all possible opportunities to oppose it, there must come a time when the House has to come to a decision. Nothing that I have heard from my hon. Friends the Members for Gloucestershire, West (Mr. Loughlin) and Erith and Cray-ford (Mr. Wellbeloved) has satisfied me that they have advanced any valid reason...
  • ASHDOWN FOREST BILL [Lords] 23 Oct 1973

    Not now. Secondly, it would be very regrettable if the reflections of my hon. Friends who have opposed the Bill should be seen to have any support in the House. To refer to this as a "miserable little Bill" is to use parliamentary language quite inappropriate for serious discussion. When one analyses the very lengthy and erudite speech by my hon. Friend the Member for Erith and Crayford...
  • ASHDOWN FOREST BILL [Lords] 23 Oct 1973

    It would also not be appropriate for the promoters, a local authority, to decide what the procedure should be. The procedure for voting having been laid down, it would have been quite inappropriate for the promoters to change it. If the promoters had sought to do that my hon. Friends would have risen in great objection. They would have wanted to know why a local authority should be allowed to...

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Former MP for Lewisham South

Entered the House of Commons on 8 October 1959 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 8 February 1974 — General election

Previous MPs in this constituency

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