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I welcome the Minister saying that action in the case of the private sector had not been ruled out. That should send a very important signal to the private sector that there needs to be action. In the Statement I think I heard the Minister say that he thought the local authority had identified all the private property. If that is the case, surely the electorates in the area—the people...
To whom are they making this information available?
What about those cases where men have been found guilty and are in prison, and there was inadequate disclosure during the course of their trial, whereas if there had been full disclosure they would have been found innocent? Are they simply to be left in prison and not have their cases reviewed?
Entered the House of Lords on 19 July 2001
Previously MP for Workington until 14 May 2001 — General election
Positions held at time of appointment: Member of Parliament for Workington, 1979-2001. Opposition spokesman on Development and Co-operation, 1991-92 and opposition front bench spokesman on Food, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, 1992-94. (from Number 10 press release)
Entered the House of Commons on 3 May 1979 — General election
Also represented Workington
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Last updated: 14 May 2001.
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