Wednesday, 5 March 1969
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
For Weston-super-Mare, in the room of David William Ernest Webster, esquire, deceased.—[Mr. Whitelaw.]
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, and that of the House, I beg to present a Petition, signed by more than 4,000 citizens of my constituency and neighbouring areas, concerning the practice of...
asked the Minister of Technology whether he will now make a further statement on the turbine faults in "Queen Elizabeth 2".
asked the Minister of Technology whether he is aware that world shipbuilding construction in 1968 was 16 million tons, approximately, including 8 million tons, approximately, from Japan and...
asked the Minister of Technology if he will make a further statement about British participation in the European Launcher Development Organisation.
asked the Minister of Technology (1) what is the highest price at which he estimates the Concorde aircraft will be sold; and if he will make a statement on discussions he has had with interested...
asked the Minister of Technology what steps his Department has taken to assist in the development of Crossbar telecommunications equipment.
asked the Minister of Technology what assistance his Department has given to the development of technology which involved adapting machine tools for left-handed operators.
asked the Minister of Technology whether he will introduce legislation, similar to that enacted in the United States of America, details of which have been sent to him, to ensure that British...
asked the Minister of Technology if he will make a statement on his proposals for the development of vertical take-off and landing civil aircraft.
asked the Minister of Technology whether he will now make a further statement on the European Airbus project.
asked the Minister of Technologoy if he will make a statement on future co-operation with other European Governments in aircraft manufacture.
asked the Minister of Technology (1) if he will now make a statement on his plans for the capital reorganisation of Short Brothers and Harland Limited;
Mr. Horden: asked the Minister of Technology whether he will discuss with the National Research Development Council alternative methods of rewarding successful inventors.
asked the Minister of Technology if he will list the names of those already appointed to the Metrication Board.
asked the Minister of Technology if he will list the technico-economic studies which he has authorised this year; what will be the cost of each; which organisations are carrying out these...
asked the Minister of Technology what considerations led him to the final closing of the Pametrada turbine research station in 1967.
asked the Minister of Technology what steps he is taking to ensure adequate management skills for the industrial monopolies which are being created in the industries for which he is sponsor.
asked the Minister of Technology if he will issue a direction to the Atomic Energy Authority under Section 4 of the Science and Technology Act, to carry out research on improving the quality of...
asked the Minister of Technology what is the length of the main runways at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Bedford.
asked the Minister of Technology what steps he is taking to improve the quality of British research and design in the manufacture of advanced turbines in the light of the experience gained from...
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I wish to make a statement. Since we published the Green Paper, "How Fast", last July, we have talked about speed limits to 40 organisations and corresponded with...
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Amendment to Question[4th March]: That this House approves the Statement on Defence, 1969, contained in Command Paper No. 3927.Which Amendment was, to...
Ordered,That the Proceedings on the Horserace Betting Levy Bill may be entered upon and proceeded with at this day's Sitting at any hour, though opposed.—[Mr. Peart.]
As amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Fitch.]
Wednesday, 5th March, 1969
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