Results 6261–6263 of 6263 for speaker:Mr Eric Heffer

Orders of the Day — Budget Statement (12 Nov 1964)

Mr Eric Heffer: Would the hon. and learned Member tell us whether it is more difficult for an old-age pensioner of 75 to live than one of 65? Does he have to pay more for food and other commodities?

Orders of the Day — Economic Affairs ( 4 Nov 1964)

Mr Eric Heffer: I feel exactly as did my hon. Friend the Member for Carlisle (Mr. R. Lewis); I now know what "butterflies in the tummy" really mean, although I have spoken on probably thousands of occasions in different circumstances. I want to speak on aspects of the Queen's Speech which I consider to be of importance to the people of Merseyside, and particularly to those whom I represent. The Gracious...

Sessional Orders: Debate on the Address [First Day] ( 3 Nov 1964)

Mr Eric Heffer: What led to this particular situation? Was it not the despicable campaign conducted in the Birmingham area?


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