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Sir Nicholas Lloyd And The Leader Of The Conservative Party

EDM number 620 in 1996-97, proposed by John McWilliam on 06/03/1997.

That this House deplores the fact that Sir Nicholas Lloyd is advising the Prime Minister as Leader of the Conservative Party whilst continuing to broadcast a regular radio programme on LBC; and considers this to be a breach of the principle of impartiality under the broadcasting legislation.

This motion has been signed by a total of 30 MPs.

John McWilliam06/03/1997BlaydonProposed
Max Madden06/03/1997Bradford WestSigned
Alan Wynne Williams06/03/1997CarmarthenSigned
Donald Anderson06/03/1997Swansea EastSigned
Tommy Graham06/03/1997Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Norman Godman06/03/1997Greenock and Port GlasgowSigned
Bruce George06/03/1997Walsall SouthSigned
Gwyneth Dunwoody06/03/1997Crewe & NantwichSigned
Jim Cousins06/03/1997Newcastle upon Tyne CentralSigned
Chris Mullin06/03/1997Sunderland SouthSigned
Alice Mahon06/03/1997HalifaxSigned
Andrew MacKinlay06/03/1997ThurrockSigned
Eddie Loyden06/03/1997Liverpool, GarstonSigned
Joan Lestor06/03/1997EcclesSigned
Lynne Jones06/03/1997Birmingham, Selly OakSigned
John Spellar06/03/1997Warley WestSigned
Giles Radice06/03/1997North DurhamSigned
Gordon Prentice06/03/1997PendleSigned
Peter Pike06/03/1997BurnleySigned
Denis MacShane06/03/1997RotherhamSigned
Robert Parry11/03/1997Liverpool, RiversideSigned
Roy Hughes12/03/1997Newport EastSigned
Terry Lewis12/03/1997WorsleySigned
Ken Livingstone12/03/1997Brent EastSigned
Alan Williams12/03/1997Swansea WestSigned
Eric Illsley13/03/1997Barnsley CentralSigned
Michael Clapham13/03/1997Barnsley West & PenistoneSigned
Martyn Jones18/03/1997Clwyd South WestSigned
Bill Etherington20/03/1997Sunderland NorthSigned
Mike Hall20/03/1997Warrington SouthSigned

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