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My Lords, will the noble Lord accept that there is a general appreciation of the quality of the service on the east coast main line?
My Lords, will the Minister assure us that the Government will take into due account that there was a referendum in the northern region where a substantial majority of people requested that we keep our two famous county councils and 18 district councils?
My Lords, does the Minister accept that the North East of England has always done its best to help itself? Does she appreciate that at present, thanks to the competitiveness of a section of our traditional industry, there is a very good chance of a considerable proportion of a contract for the building of a new aircraft carrier going to the north? If it does, that will be very good news for...
Former Other Peer
Entered the House of Lords on 22 May 1985
Left the House of Lords on 20 May 2011 — Died
Party was Conservative until 4 Oct 2010
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