MPs in constituencies matching East Ham

Stephen Timms

Labour MP for East Ham (9 Jun 1994 – current)

Damian Hinds

Conservative MP for East Hampshire (6 May 2010 – current)

Ranil Jayawardena

Conservative MP for North East Hampshire (8 May 2015 – current)

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First Schedule. — (Parliamentary Constituencies.) (26 Apr 1948)

Mr James Ede: I beg to move, in page 80, to leave out line 29, and to insert: 3. East Ham North—The Kensington, Little Ilford, Manor Park, Plashet and Wood-grange wards of the county borough of East Ham.4. East Ham South—The Castle, Central, Greatfield, South and Wall End wards of the county borough of East Ham. This Amendment will provide the two constituencies for East Ham, which is one of the...

Civil Estimates, 1927.: Boards of Guardians (Default) Act, 1926. (14 Jul 1927)

Miss Arabella Lawrence: .... I think we ought to have an inquiry by the Minister, and a report from him as to the merits of restrictive and liberal relief. There is material enough in London. Over a very long period the West Ham Board of Guardians have given liberally; over a long period other boards of guardians have given restrictively, and now the Minister is carrying out a series of experiments, which might be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Loan Charges, East Ham (21 Apr 1964)

Sir Keith Joseph: I am also aware that the average net rent for three-bedroomed post-war houses in East Ham is now 35s. 2d., that East Ham operates a very small rent rebate scheme indeed, and that East Ham receives nearly £200,000 subsidy from the taxpayers and £50,000 from the ratepayers, and with all this East Ham should certainly be able to keep the rent reasonable if it has a proper rent rebate scheme.

Message from the Lords. (9 Jul 1919)

Also, a Bill, intituled, "An Act to alter the wards of the borough of East Ham; to increase the number of aldermen and councillors of the borough; to increase the number of guardians representing the parish of East Ham on the West Ham Poor Law Union; and for other purposes." [East Ham Corporation Bill [Lords.]

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People (14 Jun 1995)

Mr Tony Banks: May I bring my hon. Friend more good news from the London borough of Newham, where there was always some feeling about that name, and say how much we welcome the boundary commissioners' recommendation to get rid of Newham, North-West and Newham, North-East and call those two constituencies West Ham and East Ham? If only the boundary commissioners were qualified to recommend the transfer of...

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Revocation of Certain Defence Regulations and Termination of Certain Other Powers.) (29 Apr 1958)

Mr Reginald Bevins: ...the House. I am also relieved that the hon. Member for Bermondsey (Mr. Mellish) has kept within the rules of order. We are certainly very sensitive to the housing position of the County Borough of East Ham. I hope that one or two things I shall be able to say may be a little helpful to the hon. Member for East Ham, North (Mr. Prentice). I understood that what the hon. Member was saying,...

Orders of the Day — London Government Bill: Schedule 1. — (the London Boroughs.) (20 Feb 1963)

Mr Albert Oram: When West Ham became a county borough in 1888, at the earliest possible opportunity, East Ham was little more than a village surrounded by fields. The two communities are different in character. It is not a question of simply finking two parts which at one time came to be severed. From the viewpoint of future administration, I suggest that the Minister is making, a mistake. The London...

Opposition Day — [16th Allotted Day] — Housing: Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (8 Jan 2014)

Stephen Timms: There are 12 bookmakers in the short stretch of East Ham high street between East Ham town hall and East Ham station. There has never been anything like such a large number in that small area before. Something dramatic has changed and it needs to be fixed.

Written Answers — Treasury: Self-employed: East Ham (12 Mar 2018)

Mel Stride: It is estimated that the number of self employed taxpayers in the parliamentary constituency of East Ham is approximately 8,500. This represents around 16% of all taxpayers in work in East Ham, and an estimated 8% of all individuals of working age in East Ham. Figures relate to the 2014-15 tax year, which is currently the latest information available.

2012 Olympics (Legacy) — [Miss Anne McIntosh in the Chair] (21 Dec 2010)

Mike Gapes: I, too, begin by declaring an interest. I am desperate for West Ham to win at Fulham on Boxing day and then at home to Everton and at home to Wolves. I have been a season ticket-holder in the Bobby Moore stand for many years. I have supported the club for 50 years and I know that there is a long tradition of fans being attached to our current ground. Indeed, there are some West Ham fans who...

Orders of the Day — Town Development Bill (25 Feb 1952)

Mr John Parker: May I make the same point? West Ham and East Ham are overcrowded, but so are Leyton, Walthamstow, Dagenham and Barking and they are very much in the same position in the outer London area. The fact that no new county borough can be created is a big disadvantage in these areas. A town like Croydon, or East Ham, or West Ham has a great advantage over its neighbours. Is not that very unfair?

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Infant Mortality (West and East Ham). (21 Jul 1927)

Mr. CHAMBERLAIN: The provisional figures asked for by the hon. Member for the 13 weeks ending 3rd July, 1926, and 2nd July, 1927, are 45 and 57 and 40 and 47 per 1,000 for West Ham and East Ham, respectively. The figures for the separate months making up the period are—for West Ham 59, 46 and 32 in April, May and June, 1926, and 75, 54 and 44 in the same months of 1927; for East Ham, 25,...

Education (25 Jul 1956)

Mr John Jennings: I am glad to hear it. Comparisons are made between what are called unattractive areas and other areas. Far be it from me to suggest that East Ham is unattractive, though a built-up area like East Ham is in direct contrast to a bright, seaside resort which would be more attractive than East Ham—or so I am told. Why do we get a discrepancy in favour of geographically unattractive areas and...

Poor Law Act, 1927. (23 Jul 1929)

Miss Arabella Lawrence: the county councils in these two cases next April, and what we are doing in the coming August. That is the whole business so far as Chester-le-Street and Bedwellty are concerned. I come to West Ham. What is the difference between what we propose and what the late Minister of Health proposed? He proposed to cut up the West Ham Union as from next April and to take away the richer portions...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: East Ham and West Ham Executive Councils (4 May 1964)

Mr Albert Oram: Does the hon. Gentleman recognise that this Question was on the Order Paper before the mutually helpful meeting last Thursday between himself and representatives of the councils of East Ham, West Ham and the others concerned? Is he aware that it is not only in football that these joint boroughs have a justified local sense of pride but in social services as well? Will he urge upon his right...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Education Funding Agency: Buildings (8 Jan 2018)

Robert Goodwill: The department has acquired the former East Ham Police Station to become a free school and we are working with the City of London Academies Trust to consider its suitability for one of their schools. The purchase of East Ham Former Police Station was completed on 4 February 2014 and the purchase price was £3,350,000. The department approved £599,470 for works to the former East Ham Police...

Written Answers — Justice: Legal Aid Scheme: Greater London (17 Oct 2011)

Jonathan Djanogly: ...breakdown by category of law per constituency is not available. The following tables show the numbers of acts of assistance delivered by legal aid providers with postcodes falling within the West Ham constituency separately and in the London borough of Newham as a whole, which comprises the West Ham and East Ham constituencies in the last four years. This information represents the nearest...

Orders of the Day — London Government Bill: Clause 1. — (London Boroughs.) (24 Jan 1963)

Mr Albert Cooper: The hon. Gentleman's argument is quite wrong however he looks at it, because, although he says that by this Bill we are moving towards smaller authorities, the hon. Member for West Ham, North (Mr. A. Lewis) and the hon. Members for East Ham, North (Mr. Prentice) and East Ham, South, (Mr. Oram), together with a number of other authorities on the periphery of London, will move into larger and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Employment Exchange, East Ham. (2 Mar 1921)

Mr William Thorne: 41. asked the Minister of Labour if he is aware that a number of adult workers reside at Barking who have to attend at the East Ham Employment Exchange to sign on and that at times the adults in question have to remain there some hours before they can sign on; that additional huts are about to be fixed up at the back of the existing premises in East Ham; and that there is a Juvenile Exchange...

Written Answers — Justice: Legal Aid Scheme: Greater London (17 Oct 2011)

Jonathan Djanogly: ...scheme in England and Wales. Based on the postcode of legal aid providers recorded in the LSC's systems, there are currently 28 active civil and 22 active crime providers with offices in the West Ham and East Ham constituencies. The information in the following table represents the nearest matches of the LSC's available data to the information requested. The figures for 2010-2011, number...

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