Mr Frank Marsden

Former MP for Liverpool Scotland

Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — State of Emergency 15 Nov 1973

    I am in general agreement with the hon. Gentleman's last remarks. He may be interested to know that a few months ago I was on one of the largest oil rigs in the North Sea and I asked a very naive question of the head tool pusher, never expecting to get an answer. I asked him how much coal gas we in Britain have and he replied, "Enough for 60 years."
  • Price and Pay Code 7 Nov 1973

    Would the hon. Gentleman be kind enough to come to Liverpool and make the same speech there? There are 49,000 people unemployed on the banks of the Mersey.
  • Sugar 24 Oct 1973

    It is inevitable that a debate of this kind should be filled with statistics and figures. But for me the debate is about jobs; not jobs for the boys, but the livelihood of many people on Mersey-side and elsewhere. On Merseyside at present we have 49,000 people who are unemployed, around the great refinery of Tate and Lyle. That is why the anger is slowly but surely building up. I am sorry...

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Former MP for Liverpool Scotland

Entered the House of Commons on 1 April 1971 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 8 February 1974 — General election

Previous MPs in this constituency

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