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North west Hampshire MP pays tribute to the late Sir David Mitchell

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THE MP for north west Hampshire has paid tribute to his predecessor, Sir David Mitchell, a former government minister and among those who led the fight to build the Newbury by-pass, and following his death.

Sir David Mitchell, a government minister under Margararet Thatcher and MP for north west Hampshire from 1983 to 1997, died on Saturday (Aug 30) at his Odiham home, following a long illness.

Among the first to pay tribute to Sir David was the current MP for north west Hampshire, Sir George Young, who took over his north west Hampshire parliamentary seat when he retired and at the 1997 ...

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North west Hampshire MP pays tribute to the late Sir David Mitchell

September 1, 201411:50 am

THE MP for north west Hampshire has paid tribute to his predecessor, Sir David Mitchell,

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