Former MP for Cambridge
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I hope to be reasonably brief, and my task is made a good deal easier by the fact that the hon. Member for Hornsey (Mr. Rossi) conceded at the outset of his speech that the anomalies and injustices of the leasehold system could in his view be cured only by compulsory enfranchisement, and also by reason of the fact that he did not follow his right hon. Friends the Member for Altrincham and...
Yes. I thank my hon. Friend for that addition. It is most appropriate that my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Wales, who has been involved in the preparation of the Bill will wind up this debate. I want to go back to a speech made by David Lloyd George part of whose constituency I now have the honour to represent. He made it several years before he was elected to Parliament in...
They then had the problem of what to do with the land they had acquired. It was relatively valueless as it was then, a good deal of it being marsh ground. Eventually, of course, it became the land on which the town of Llandudno was built. This was the time of the development of seaside resorts. When the sale of the land first began in 1849, it was the intention initially that it should be...
Former MP for Cambridge
Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1966 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 16 June 1967 — Died
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