Tuesday, 30 April 1968
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Read the Third time and passed.
As amended, considered; to be read the Third time.
Read a Second time and committed.
Second Reading deferred till Thursday, 9th May, at Seven o'clock.
asked the Minister of Health what steps he has taken to assist the mobility of the disabled passenger group.
asked the Minister of Health what provision he is planning for the exemption from paying prescription charges of patients suffering from chronic schizophrenia and other psychoses.
asked the Minister of Health if he will now review the provisions for the treatment of drug addicts in order to provide round-the-clock clinic facilities.
asked the Minister of Health if he is satisfied with the action taken by local authorities to implement the provisions of the Family Planning Act; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Minister of Health what steps he is taking to improve medical services in the Medway Towns in view of the present acute shortage of doctors in the area and the estimate in the survey...
asked the Minister of Health if he will take steps to remove the present restriction whereby the inducement of the extra payment of £400 is withheld from doctors entering a designated area...
asked the Minister of Health whether he will take early action to seek to codify and simplify the law relating to notifiable diseases.
asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the strictures on hospital management contained in Reports Nos. 29 and 60 of the National Board for Prices and Incomes, he will introduce...
asked the Minister of Health whether he accepts the recommendation of Report No. 60 of the National Board for Prices and Incomes that the use of nursing agencies should be discontinued in...
asked the Minister of Health what representations he has received from organisations asking for exemption from Purchase Tax or drugs dispensed on doctor's prescription; and what reply he has sent.
asked the Minister of Health whether he has considered the evidence, details of which have been sent to him, given to a Senate Sub-Committee in Washington of the danger to health, and of deaths...
asked the Minister of Health if he has considered the need of Mr. D. A. Goldie of Birmingham for a power splint similar to those being supplied to the British Polio Fellowship to remedy the...
asked the Minister of Health whether he will undertake studies to establish the criteria for assessing the optimum population for the United Kingdom.
asked the Minister of Health what is his latest estimate of the risks to health arising from the use of the contraceptive pill; and what plans he has to aid research designed to minimise such hazards.
asked the Minister of Health what further action he is taking to encourage unrestricted visiting by mothers to their very young children in hospital.
asked the Minister of Health how many patients are on waiting lists for in-patient treatment in hospitals; and how this figure compares with the figures in the previous three years.
asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware of the need to establish more geriatric beds in South Westmorland, particularly in view of the number of people who have to be accommodated...
asked the Minister of Health under the new hospital building programme, what special provision is being made to accommodate and supervise mental patients transferred for rehabilitation from the...
asked the Minister of Health what consultations he had with outside bodies before he decided to regroup the psychiatric hospitals in the Birmingham Regional Hospitals area.
asked the Minister of Health when he anticipates that work on the new county hospital at Dorchester will now begin.
asked the Prime Minister whether the public speech of the Lord President of the Council at Basildon on 29th March about the need for new methods of economic planning and incomes policy to be...
asked the Prime Minister if he will now appoint one Minister to be responsible for space policy.
asked the Prime Minister whether he will establish a Commission to examine existing and proposed legislation in order to ensure conformity with the United Kingdom's obligations under human rights...
asked the Prime Minister whether he will make a statement on the latest results of his efforts for peace in Vietnam and on what help Great Britain will be prepared to offer for peaceful...
asked the Prime Minister whether he will now answer questions about the membership and functions of Cabinet committees.
Referred for consideration on Report to a Standing Committee.—[Mr. Concannon.]
Bill to extend the provisions of subsection (3) of Section 203 of the Road Traffic Act 1960 to protect the property of any person arising out of the use of a vehicle on a road, presented...
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Ernest G. Perry.]
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