Ref NoWEA/PP/H/65
AltRefNo0561661
CollectionBernard Weatherill Papers
TitleHansard's Parliamentary Debates for the House of Commons with annotations and additions, 31 July 1984
Date31 July 1984 - 24 October 1984
Extent12 docs
DescriptionParliamentary Debates (Hansard) House of Commons. 6th series, Vol 65 No 204. Tuesday, 31 July 1984. London, HMSO. Concerns the naming and suspension of Martin Flannery when his question to the Prime Minister included the phrase 'tame Tory judges' and what Weatherill descibes as 'a rowdy end of term debate on the economy'. Also contains a newspaper assessment of the Speaker's performance, which he marks as a 'bloody cheek'; correspondence with Clive Soley, who objected to the suspension of Martin Flannery; papers discussing the tabled motion critical of the Speaker's conduct, which was later withdrawn.
NotesPrevious reference number: WEA/PP/H65/0561661
SubjectMembers of Parliament
Judges
Parliamentary debates
Suspensions
Related PersonFlannery, Martin, (19182006), Labour MP for Sheffield Hillsborough (1974-1992)
Soley, Clive, Baron Soley, (1939-), Labour MP for Hammersmith (1979-2005)
CategoryPrinted publications
Press cuttings
Correspondence
Access conditionsThis material is available for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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