Mr Frederick Gough

Cyn MP ar gyfer Horsham

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Mr Frederick Gough is a former MP for Horsham.

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  • Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 19. — (Companies Doing "mutual" Business.) 4 Jun 1964

    I support the Amendment, and in doing so I must immediately declare an interest. I happen to be the Chairman of the Royal Areo Club, which is a unique club. It has its own social side, but for 50 years it has been responsible for all the private and sporting flying in this country. We have been advised by our legal and accountancy experts that as the Clause stands there is a danger that the...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Rail Closures 8 Apr 1964

    asked the Minister of Transport if he is satisfied with the manner in which public inquiries dealing with the proposed closure of passenger train services are carried out; and if he will introduce legislation to ensure that, at transport users' consultative committee hearings on proposed rail closures, adequate time is allowed for the hearing of objections, and that no hearing is closed until...
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Rail Closures 8 Apr 1964

    Would my right hon. Friend not agree that the recent proceedings at Steyning fell very far short of what he is saying? Does he not agree that a public poster appeared all over the countryside saying that the hearing would be for two days, whereas it took only one day? Is he further aware that there is grave dissatisfaction in the whole area that the grievances have not been properly aired?

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