Thursday, 18 January 1968
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Minister of Overseas Development whether he will make available to doctors in Mauritius access to postgraduate medical studies, either in Mauritius or by arrangement with neighbouring...
asked the Minister of Overseas Development what is the total budget in his Department during 1967–68 for public relations and educational promotion of its work.
asked the Minister of Overseas Development what expenditure was incurred on medical aid to Vietnam in each of the last three years for which figures are available; and what form this took.
asked the Minister of Overseas Development whether he will consider improving the conditions of settlement of personnel sponsored by his Department for overseas posts in developing countries.
asked the Minister of Overseas Development (1) whether, since there has been no revision of the inducement allowance payable to entitled British expatriate officers in the service of the...
asked the Minister of Overseas Development if he will make a further statement on the progress of the 400,000-acre resettlement scheme in Kenya.
asked the Minister of Overseas Development what effect devaluation will have on the pensions of British ex-colonial civil servants where the country that employed them has not devalued in...
asked the Minister for Overseas Development to what extent technical and financial aid to under developed countries is to be reduced.
asked the Minister of Overseas Development if it is still the Government's intention to meet the United Nations Commission for Trade and Development target of 1 per cent, of the national income...
asked the Minister of Overseas Development what sums of money are to be paid to the Governments of Malaysia and Singapore over the next 10 years by way of mitigatory aid, following the...
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs what steps he is taking to ensure that price increases imposed at wholesale and retail levels conform to the Government's prices and incomes policy.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs whether he will make a statement on the recently published study by the South-East Regional Council.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs if he will prepare a special edition of the Industrial Reorganisation Corporation's report on relations between the Post Office and the...
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs when he now expects an initial report from the Hunt Committee.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs if he will now give an approximate estimate of the date when the National Plan will be published.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs if he will make an official fact-finding tour of the north of Scotland.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs what decisions he has now reached on the Report on the Future of the South-West.
asked the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs what estimate he has made of the increase in the number of jobs in the development areas attributable to the regional employment premium.
asked the Prime Minister what progress has been made in the Government's review of expenditure home and overseas; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Prime Minister whether he will propose the imposition of economic sanctions by this country upon every country whose system of government does not incorporate the six principles.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I wanted to ask about the announcement of business for next week. I have been told that a statement has already been made. Are we to have a statement this...
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Amendment on Question [17th January]:
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. loan L. Evans.]
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