Former MP, Cities of London and Westminster
Is that not precisely the method which enabled the Prime Minister to construct the deficit that he said he was left with?
The Bill does have virtues. The British Waterways Board must have powers, and pleasure boats must pay their whack. Indeed, the proposed charges for powered craft are extremely moderate. Moreover, the Bill actually recognises houseboats. Houseboat dwellers also have virtues. I think the House will agree that in Amsterdam, for example, houseboats are among the best things in the city, as they...
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Former MP for Cities of London and Westminster
Entered the House of Commons on 4 November 1965 — unknown
Left the House of Commons on 29 April 1970 — General election
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