Mr Harry Randall

Former MP for Gateshead West

Recent appearances

  • PORT OF TYNE BILL (By Order) 23 Feb 1970

    This has been a very agreeable debate. There has been little hostility. It seems to me that there has been a desire for understanding. We all recognise the pressures on those who have a particular constituency interest. One expects them to raise their voice in the House so that their constituents may recognise that the view which they hold is presented to Parliament. When it is put to us that...
  • PORT OF TYNE BILL (By Order) 23 Feb 1970

    I have not argued that it is an inconsiderable number. I could argue that it is sufficient for the ferry to be viable. That is our problem. If only there were sufficient passengers to maintain the ferry economically, that would be quite different, but there has been a serious decline in the number of passengers. The Port of Tyne Authority rightly comes to the House, as did the previous...
  • PORT OF TYNE BILL (By Order) 23 Feb 1970

    Had my hon. Friend kept quiet a little while, I was going on to say that he wanted a new boat. But who will pay for the new boat?

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Former MP for Gateshead West

Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 29 April 1970 — General election

Also represented Clitheroe

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