Dr John Dunwoody

Former MP for Falmouth and Camborne

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Dr John Dunwoody is a former MP for Falmouth and Camborne.

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Former MP for Falmouth and Camborne

Entered the House of Commons on 31 March 1966 — General election

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

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — EQUAL PAY (No. 2) BILL: Catterick Accident After Care Centre 23 Apr 1970

    I am grateful to the hon. Member for Richmond, Yorks (Mr. Kitson) for raising the subject of the Catterick Accident After-Care Centre tonight. This represents a degree of co-operation between the different services involved that is thoroughly commendable: and everyone must be completely in sympathy with the aims of the road accident after-care scheme in the Richmond-Catterick area of the...
  • Willesden General Hospital 21 Apr 1970

    My hon. Friend the Member for Willesden, West (Mr. Pavitt) is rightly known and respected in the House for his concern in and knowledge about health matters. I have listened to what he has said with great interest. He also represents his constituency very actively. Tonight he has combined both his health and his constituency interests. I am grateful to him for giving me an opportunity of...
  • Willesden General Hospital 21 Apr 1970

    —as it is convenient to both the North Circular Road and to Western Avenue. It fully appreciates the public transport difficulties existing at present, but I understand that it intends that representations should be made to the Greater London Council on this point. The board does not think it could envisage Willesden as a complementary district hospital to Central Middlesex. This would...

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