Monday, 26 February 1973
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how the capital funds made available to the Welsh Hospital Board have been allocated as between the 13 counties of Wales over the past five years.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what was the net income in real terms of industrial wage earners in Wales in October 1964, October 1970 and October 1972, taking into account changes in the...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he has received the report of the Water Resources Board; and when he will come to a decision concerning the reclamation of the Dee estuary.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what is the estimated cost per acre of the land at Cwmbran New Town outside the designated area now under consideration to accommodate a planned population...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he is satisfied that the arrangements for special yardstick allowances for housing schemes in areas of stress are working satisfactorily.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he has had any recent discussions with the county borough of Newport about rating matters.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what plans he now has to attend meetings of the Council of Ministers of the EEC.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he is satisfied with the number of new jobs likely to be created in Cardiganshire in 1973.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will make a statement about the progress made by the Cardiff task force.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what further consideration he has given to the siting of gas containers at Hirwaun, Aberdare, following the representations made to him.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales to what extent in his agricultural responsibility in Wales he undertakes the monitoring of food prices.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what discussions he has had with British Steel Corporation about further steelmaking capacity in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry whether he will consider publishing the measures taken by the present Government which specifically help the small firm sector.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what further plans he has for transferring to Scotland divisions within his Department concerning North Sea oil and gas resources.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when he intends to bring into operation that part of Part III of the Development of Tourism Act relating to registration and classification;...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if he will seek to make it a statutory requirement that any change in the costs of goods and services, as a result of the abolition of purchase...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if he will make a statement on the action being taken to find a tenant for the advance factory at Mosshill, Ayrshire.
asked the Attorney-General what proposals the Government have to increase the income limits of eligibility for legal aid consequent upon the latest recommendations made by the Lord Chancellor's...
asked the Attorney-General when he expects to receive the reports from the committees examining the law of contempt and the law of libel.
asked the Attorney-General if he will instruct the Director of Public Prosecutions to initiate proceedings against J. Todd and Company, of 73 Berwick Street, London, on the ground of the illegal...
43. Mr. Lipton asked the Attorney-General what amendments he now proposes to make to the bankruptcy rules.
Mr. Buchan(by Private Notice) asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food why he has allowed increases in the prices of processed meat products, and if he will make a statement.
[10TH ALLOTTED DAY].—considered.
Queen's Recommendation having been signified—
Ordered,That a Select Committee be appointed to consider United Kingdom assistance for overseas development and to report thereon:And the Committee was nominated of Sir Bernard Braine, Sir...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Fortescue.]
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