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Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Seaton Valley and Bedlington (13 Dec 1960)

Mr Edward Milne: Is not the hon. Gentleman aware that prevention of unemployment is better than cure? What will he do to prevent these situations from arising?

Orders of the Day — Motor Industry (6 Dec 1960)

Mr Edward Milne: May I crave the indulgence of the House in what every hon. Member regards as a major ordeal. If the tolerance of hon. Members matches the kindness which I have been shown since I arrived last Tuesday, there is no doubt about my ultimate emergence from this test. One of my illustrious predecessors who represented the same area of the country, that widely respected and well-loved miners'...

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