Early day motion 1935


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Total number of signatures: 82

Alexander, Danny Banks, Gordon Barrett, John Binley, Brian
Borrow, David S Boswell, Tim Bottomley, Peter Breed, Colin
Burns, Simon Burt, Lorely Campbell, Ronnie Caton, Martin
Cawsey, Ian Clapham, Michael Clark, Katy Cook, Frank
Cousins, Jim Crausby, David Cryer, Ann Davey, Edward
Dean, Janet Dhanda, Parmjit Dismore, Andrew Dodds, Nigel
Donaldson, Jeffrey Dowd, Jim Drew, David Etherington, Bill
Evans, Nigel Foster, Don George, Andrew Gray, James
Hall, Patrick Hamilton, David Hancock, Mike Harris, Evan
Harvey, Nick Hemming, John Hepburn, Stephen Hermon, Lady
Holmes, Paul Hopkins, Kelvin Howells, Kim Hoyle, Lindsay
Hughes, Simon Hunter, Mark Iddon, Brian Illsley, Eric
Jackson, Glenda Jenkins, Brian Jones, Lynne Kramer, Susan
Lancaster, Mark Leech, John McCafferty, Chris McCartney, Ian
McDonnell, John Mitchell, Austin Oaten, Mark Opik, Lembit
Pope, Greg Pound, Stephen Pugh, John Robinson, Iris
Russell, Bob Simpson, Alan Smith, Geraldine Soames, Nicholas
Stringer, Graham Swinson, Jo Taylor, David Taylor, Richard
Tredinnick, David Truswell, Paul Vis, Rudi Wareing, Robert N
Webb, Steve Williams, Betty Williams, Stephen Willis, Phil
Winterton, Ann Wyatt, Derek

That this House recognises the signficance of Bletchley Park, historic site of secret British code-breaking activities during the Second World War and birthplace of the modern computer; acknowledges that the use of the intelligence gained at Bletchley Park and subsequent related actions of the Allies is said to have shortened the Second World War by two years, saving countless lives; and calls on the Government to provide operational funding whilst the museum is developed for long-term sustainability, securing the site for future generations to visit, appreciate and understand.