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Mr Gwynfor Evans

Former MP for Carmarthen

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Recent appearances

  • Service Widows (Provision of Pensions): Service Widows (Provision of Pensions) 28 Mar 1979

    A week ago the position of my two colleagues in Plaid Cymru and myself was that we would vote in the earliest motion of confidence against the Government and for the Opposition. We had very good reasons and had drafted our own motion of censure which we intended setting down following that of the SNP. We wanted then, and still want, to place on record our disgust with the way in which the...
  • Service Widows (Provision of Pensions): Service Widows (Provision of Pensions) 28 Mar 1979

    A body must be set up to supervise the recommendations when they are implemented and to start a new wave of sympathy and support for the language in Wales. This is a matter of basic importance for the future of our society and community. In communications, Wales lags badly behind both Scotland and England in the quality of its principal roads which are so necessary to balanced industrial...
  • Service Widows (Provision of Pensions): Service Widows (Provision of Pensions) 28 Mar 1979

    Despite a pretence of an equalisation of water charges between Wales and England, water rates in Wales still remain 58 per cent. higher. [HON. MEMBERS: "Disgraceful."] The inequitable system of charging for water on the basis of rateable value remains. The Government have consistently disallowed to Wales the right that she should enjoy of selling the water that flows from Wales to English...

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Profile

Former MP for Carmarthen

Entered the House of Commons on 14 July 1966 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 7 April 1979 — General election

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