Monday, 13 March 1972
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what estimate he has made of the shortage of kidneys for transplant operations in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will list those local authorities in Wales which sold council houses in the past 12 months showing how many houses were involved with each respective...
Sir A. Myer: asked the Secretary of State for Wales what plans his Department has for the use of Kinmel Camp when the Ministry of Defence ceases its activities there.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many schools he proposes to visit officially from April to December, 1972.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales by what methods he intends to estimate the effects of the withdrawal of the regional employment premium in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will agree to the issuing of vehicles for those with some, though severely limited, walking ability if they are needed to take the occupants to a...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what action he pro poses to implement the proposals contained in the Welsh Council's recent publication "Wales: Employment and the Economy".
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many schools in Wales were closed due to a shortage of coal during the recent strike in the mining industry; and how many children were affected by...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many pupils were in the sixth forms of Welsh schools at the latest convenient date; and how this figure compares with the number 10 years ago.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will now extend the remit of the Mid-Wales Development Corporation to include other growth towns in Mid-Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what is the capital injection into Welsh agriculture consequent upon the Price Review.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what further policies he has in mind for rural Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many statutory bodies there are in Wales filled in whole or in part by his nominations.
The following Question stood upon the Order Paper:
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he will make early provision for the road replacement of Rhuddlan road bridge and for realigning the junction of the A525 and 547 at this point.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will make a further statement on the Dee barrage proposals.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many Welsh local authorities have intimated their intention to increase the rents of their houses and flats by 50p per week on 1st April, 1972, under...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will seek to amend the Housing Act, 1971, in order to enable local authorities in development areas to pay the 75 per cent. grant for home improvement...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what increase in the incidence of venereal diseases has occurred in Wales in the last year and during the past 10 years, respectively; and what are his...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what steps he is taking to ensure that modern sewage treatment schemes are given priority in the allocation of resources in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will ascertain from each local government housing authority in Wales the number of people in its area whom they regard to be in serious need of rehousing.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what proposals he has to increase the number of hospital beds in the Neath area for geriatric occupation; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many applications have been made for grants to clear up eyesores pursuant to his recent announcement.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what further action he is taking as a result of the traces of lead and cadmium found in samples of sea water recently collected off the South Wales coast.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what is the average weekly wage per person in Wales for the last available week.
asked the Attorney-General whether he is aware of the concern felt by the taxpayer in general, and those seeking legal redress in particular, at the long time which ensues before legal cases are...
asked the Attorney-General whether police investigations into the affairs of the Elgar Birthplace Trust are completed following the report of the Charity Commissioners; and what action he is taking.
asked the Attorney-General what plans he has to introduce further legislation to reform matrimonial law; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Attorney-General whether, in the light of the Parker Report, he will now initiate legal proceedings against the Ministers responsible for authorising the criminal assaults committed in...
asked the hon. Member for Chelsea, as Second Church Estates Commissioner, what criteria were used by the Church Commissioners for England when, in exercise of their powers conferred on them by...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. While I have a great deal of sympathy with Question No. 36, is it not possible for the House to devise some other way of raising such matters rather than have...
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, and that of the House, I wish to make a statement. Discussions with the Government of the People's Republic of China about an exchange of ambassadors have been...
On a point of order. I have already given you notice, Mr. Speaker, of my intention to ask leave to move the adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the purpose of discussing a...
Report and Third Reading 2.— (1) The Proceedings on Consideration and Third Reading of the Bill shall be completed in three allotted days and shall be brought to a conclusion at Eleven...
Ordered,That the Deposit of Poisonous Waste Bill may be proceeded with at this day's Sitting, though opposed, until any hour.—[Mr. Pym.]
Question again proposed.
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Jopling.]
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