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Robert Alfred Clark

Volume 887: debated on Monday 3 March 1975

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asked the Attorney-General whether the Director of public Prosecutions referred to him the question whether Robert Alfred Clark should be prosecuted in connection with contracts placed by Stevenage Council with Gibbons Contractors; what decision he reached; and what were the reasons for reaching it.

In my unavoidable absence the Director of Public Prosecutions placed the papers in this case before my hon. and learned Friend the Solicitor-General with a strong recommendation that the evidence was insufficient to warrant proceedings. My hon. and learned Friend studied the papers and agreed. Since the hon. Member put down his Question I have studied the papers and I entirely agree with the Director and my hon. and learned Friend.

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