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Grant-maintained schools (19 Apr 1995)

Mr Bob Dunn: ...for Gravesham (Mr. Arnold) but to which many parents in my constituency send their children, recently voted by a 70 per cent. majority to become grant-maintained. Parents from Hartley, Fawkham, Ash-cum-Ridley, Longfield, New Barn and Southfleet voted with others from Gravesend to that effect. Of significance was the success of that vote, despite the best endeavours of the county council,...

Debate on the Address (16 Nov 1994)

Mr Bob Dunn: ...Kent from Essex. The constituency comprises the borough of Dartford and the three northern parishes of the Sevenoaks district council—Horton Kirby and South Darenth, Hartley and Fawkham and Ash-cum-Ridley; names that are known to every hon. Member. For decades, Dartford has made a significant contribution to the social, economic and political history of our region and our country....

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