Former MP, Cardiganshire
Will the Leader of the House arrange for the Prime Minister early next week to make a statement on a matter of considerable social and constitutional importance? I refer to the Prime Minister's remarks in the BBC "Panorama" programme on Monday of this week—
—when he said that he was considering the withdrawal of national insurance benefits from persons taking part in an unjust strike. Will the Leader of the House arrange for the Prime Minister to explain which criteria are to be employed in deciding whether a strike is unjust and who is to make that decision?
Does not the Minister agree that there is something grotesque in talking about political union when our partners in the EEC are reneging in the most shameless way on the question of a regional fund, which was much trumpeted by the Conservative Party when Britain entered a year ago?
Former MP for Cardiganshire
Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1966 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 8 February 1974 — General election
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