Mr Michael Ward

Former MP for Peterborough

Recent appearances

  • Civil Service: Business of the House 2 Apr 1979

    Is the hon. Gentleman aware that in 1966, when we had seven recounts in my constituency, on the first count a complete village set of papers, amounting to about 600, were put back into a box and locked away in an outside room? It would surely be possible in this complicated situation for such accidents to occur. However, does not the hon. Gentleman agree that that is just a price of delay...
  • Civil Service: Business of the House 2 Apr 1979

    Is not the hon. Member for Tiverton (Mr. Maxwell-Hyslop) nit-picking? Is not the task of having notices published by the man who does it regularly for the returning officer a very simple and straightforward operation? Will he not have planned them and had them printed some time before?
  • Civil Service: Late Issue of Ballot Papers 2 Apr 1979

    Another problem sometimes arises. In Warmington in 1966, in that famous election, the lights failed in a polling station. There was an enormous and inordinate delay in getting people through.

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