Thursday, 12 November 1970
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Mr. Secretary Campbell presented a Bill to confirm a Provisional Order under Section 7 of the Private Legislation Procedure (Scotland) Act, 1936, relating to Stirling County Council.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what consultations he has had with the Trades Union Congress and the Confederation of British Industry on his proposals to reform industrial relations;...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make an estimate of the effect of his Department's policy on the Retail Price Index during the next 12 months.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many references he has made to the National Board for Prices and Incomes since 16th July, 1970.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what steps he is taking to assist the unemployed in Midlothian to gain further employment.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is the present level of unemployment amongst registered disabled.
asked the Secretary of of State for Employment if he will take steps to establish a minimum earnings guarantee.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment in what way and when he intends to commence the work of reviewing the operation of the industrial training boards in accordance with Her Majesty's...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he is satisfied with the assistance his Department provides to workpeople who have been made redundant without adequate notice by employers; and if...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will introduce measures to improve safety in the building industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he will promote legislation, along lines similar to those of the Redundancy Payments Act, 1968, to provide compensation for long-term employees...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make a statement on his policy on the future of the Youth Employment Service.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will provide details of the number of unemployed and the numbers of unfilled vacancies in Scotland in the months of June, July, August,...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is his policy regarding varying the present regulations over employment of Commonwealth citizens coming to work in this country.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is now the number of working days to date this year lost through official, unofficial strikes, and in total; and how this figure compares with...
asked the Prime Minister what recent communications he has received from the Prime Minister of South Africa.
asked the Prime Minister if he is satisfied with the co-ordination between Ministers concerning the problems of the disabled.
asked the Prime Minister if he will now pay an official visit to Humberside.
asked the Prime Minister what discussions he has had with the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland during the Recess of the problems affecting that area; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Prime Minister if he will appoint a Minister to be responsible for all matters affecting the balance of payments.
asked the Prime Minister if he will now seek a joint meeting with the Prime Minister of South Africa and the President of Zambia to discuss matters of mutual interest.
asked the Prime Minister if, at the next Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference at Singapore, he will lay before his colleagues there a plan defining the special position of certain...
asked the Prime Minister what reply he made to the letter from Mr. Odin Langen and other United States Congressmen urging the lifting of sanctions against Rhodesia.
On a point of order. Out of respect for your wishes, Mr. Speaker, I did not raise this point of order during Questions. On three occasions during Question Time the question of violence and...
May I ask the Leader of the House if he will state the business for next week?
The following Members were successful in the Ballot:Mr. Alfred Morris.Mr. Ernest Armstrong.Mr. Ray Carter.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Hawkins.]
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