Mr George Grant

Former MP for Morpeth

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill 2 Feb 1982

    The hon. Gentleman said that he had worked for the NCB and referred to 120,000 miners in the Northern region. Perhaps he will understand the attitude of Labour Members to pit closures when he remembers that because of pit closures that have taken place over the past two decades the unemployment rate in the Northern region is now 18 per cent.
  • Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill 2 Feb 1982

    The hon. Gentleman referred to an area borrowing money on the open market. I should like to couple that remark with his earlier statement about miners in his constituency and what they think about pit closures. It has been recently proved by the National Union of Mineworkers that that is not the attitude. Only last February when the National Coal Board asked for a reduction of 10 per cent....
  • Orders of the Day — Nationalised Industries 10 Nov 1981

    Nonsense.

More of Mr George Grant’s recent appearances

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