Tuesday, 27 July 1965
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Lords Amendments considered and agreed to.
[Queen's Consent, on behalf of the Crown, signified]
Read the Third time and passed, with Amendments.
[Queen's Consent, on behalf of the Crown, signified]
A verbal Amendment made to the Bill; Bill read the Third time and passed, with Amendments.
asked the Minister of Technology what discussions he has held with foreign countries regarding the mutual development of advanced technological projects.
asked the Minister of Technology what is the number of civil servants currently employed in the Computer Advisory Unit.
asked the Minister of Technology, in view of the fact that the most appropriate location for the forthcoming fast breeder new type reactor station is at or near Dounreay Atomic Station, with its...
asked the Minister of Technology if he will now make a statement on the progress of the development of marine nuclear reactors.
asked the Minister of Technology if he will now make a statement on the future of the Hovercraft industry.
asked the Minister of Technology what action he has taken in the last two months about the cyclical difficulties in the pattern of machine tool ordering within that industry.
asked the Minister of Technology what steps he is taking to encourage the recruitment of women scientists into the computer industry.
asked the Minister of Technology what discussions he is having with the computer industry in Great Britain to expand production to meet foreign competition, with particular reference to modern...
asked the Minister of Technology what technical co-operation exists between the research stations of his Department and similar establishments in Holland and East Germany.
asked the Minister of Technology if he is aware that the new discovery by Aberdeen's Torry Research Station under the auspices of the Herring Industry Board, whereby kipper sausages can be...
asked the Minister of Technology what measures he is now taking to encourage the modernisation of British industry and to make it more competitive in world markets.
asked the Minister of Technology what co-operation he has been able to achieve between the British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways in the use and purchase of British...
asked the Minister of Technology if he will make a statement on the space programme prepared by his department.
asked the Prime Minister what official visits he proposes to make abroad during the month of October.
asked the Prime Minister if he will now make a statement on the proposal that India should be given a nuclear guarantee.
asked the Prime Minister what steps he is taking to co-ordinate the activities of Departments concerned with the sale of British arms overseas.
asked the Prime Minister what official preparations are being made to commemorate the Battle of Peterloo.
asked the Prime Minister on what date he received the letter and banner of the Hiroshima Mothers' Group for the Prevention of Nuclear War; if these are now available for inspection at No. 10...
Mr. Gresham Cooke: asked the Prime Minister, in view of possible balance of payment difficulties arising during the Recess, what arrangements he is making for dealing with such difficulties; and...
The measures taken in the Budget to correct the balance of payments deficit are beginning to take effect. This year's balance of payments deficit is likely to be well below half last year's...
Bill to make provision for the granting of mortgages upon personal chattels; and for purposes connected therewith, presented accordingly and read the First time; to be read a Second time upon...
Lords Amendments considered.
Lords Amendment No. 1: In page 1, line 5, at beginning insert: ( ) This Act shall not apply if it is shown that a threat of the character specified in the next following subsection was made to...
As amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.
(1) Where a right of common consists of or includes a right to graze animals or animals of any class it shall be registered for the purposes of this Act as either— (a) appendant,...
Where any ecclesiastical benefice of the Church of England is vacant the Church Commissioners shall have power to take any action which, but for the vacancy, would fall to be taken under this Act...
I beg to move Amendment No. 4, Clause 1, in page 1, line 11, to leave out paragraph (c) and to insert: (c) persons claiming to be or found to be owners of such land or becoming the owners thereof...
I beg to move Amendment No, 6, Clause 2, in page 2, line 9, after "shall", to insert: , subject to subsection (3) of this section,".
I beg to move, Amendment No. 13, Clause 5, in page 3, line 34, to leave out "of the registration" and to insert specified under subsection (6) of the last preceding section". Subsection (2) deals...
I beg to move Amendment No. 17, Clause 6, in page 4, line 31, to leave out from "and" to the end of line 38 and to insert: if no appeal is brought against the confirmation or refusal, the...
I beg to move Amendment No. 23, Clause 11, in page 6, line 23, to leave out from "prescribed" to the end of line 26.
Amendment made: In page 7, line 25, after "are", insert "varied or".—[Mr. Skeffington.]
Amendments made: In page 8, line 2, leave out from "number" to end of line 3.
I beg to move Amendment No. 37, Clause 16, in page 8, line 19, to leave out "and".
I beg to move Amendment No. 39, Clause 17, in page 9, line 23, at the end to insert: (4) Where an objection before a Commons Commissioner relates to a right, not limited by number, to graze...
Amendment made: In page 10, line 32, leave out from "act" to "ecclesiastical" in line 33 and insert "with respect to any land or rights belonging to an".
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question [23rd July], That the Bill be now read a Second time.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. McCann.]
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