December Activty in The House

Martin Salter (Reading West, Labour) said:

‘May I say that my constituents will think it a bit rich to hear Conservative spokesmen complaining about building on the floodplains when it was the Conservative county council that tried to build over Kennet meadows in south-west Reading? I applaud the Secretary of State’s decision to sort out the archaic system of private drains and sewers, which causes so many problems for residents of the Haddock estate in my constituency. I also welcome the additional funding for the West Berkshire council, which desperately needs help to sort out the management of surface water because that was what caused the vast majority of the flooding in my area in 2007.’
On thew 17th dec 2008, bit rich isn’t is accusing others of hypocracy when doing it on this and other issues.  This debate is at
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2008-12-17a.1098.0&s=speaker%3A10526#g1107.2

On the 8th off Dec his contribution was much shorter,
Business of the House: Speaker’s Committee on the Search of Offices on the Parliamentary Estate (8 Dec 2008)
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2008-12-08a.255.0&s=speaker%3A10526#g291.0
Martin Salter:

‘Will my hon. Friend give way?’  The answer was no!

see
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/martin_salter/reading_west

for a summary of Martins House activities see that link.

In this picture watch me trying to keep my eyes focused on their eyes!talking-to-martin-salter-mp

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