Tuesday, 20 March 1973
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
RYDE CORPORATION BILL
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will make a statement about recent discussions between representatives of the British, French and American Governments on nuclear weapons and bases.
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the work of the Meteorological Office.
asked the Minister of State for Defence whether he will institute a review of procedures for investigating accidents occurring while British troops serving abroad are on manoeuvres.
asked the Minister of State for Defence whether the German, Italian and British Governments are each up to date on their schedule of payments for work in progress on the multi-rôle combat...
asked the Minister of State for Defence what detailed preparations he is making for balanced force reductions leading to disarmament; and whether cuts will be imposed on all three Services.
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will institute a review of all property used by his Department in the West Middlesex area.
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will initiate discussions with the West German Government about the level of British forces in West Germany, with a view to reducing the £3,365...
asked the Minister of State for Defence what are the latest cost estimates for the through-deck cruiser programme, the multi-rôle combat aircraft programme and the Sea Wolf programme,...
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will seek to arrange a meeting with the French Defence Minister.
asked the Minister of State for Defence whether he will hold talks with the United Kingdom's European NATO allies with a view to setting up a multilateral fund to meet the offset costs of the...
asked the Minister of State for Defence in what way the approach to the proposed new runway at Edinburgh airport will affect the operations at Headquarters, Scottish Command; whether this will...
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will make a further statement on the operations of the British Army in Northern Ireland.
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the operation of the fishery protection vessels on the Northumberland coast following the decision taken on joining the EEC...
asked the Minister of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the possible purchase of the Lance and TOW weapon systems for the British Army.
asked the Minister of State for Defence whether the subject matter of the lectures given by the Royal Navy presentation team had received his approval.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what estimate he has made of the increase in unemployment in Bristol likely to be brought about by the closure of the factory of BDR Machines Limited...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment when he now expects the review on the law on picketing to be completed and its findings to be announced.
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services how many individual representations he has received concerning the payment of family allowances to mothers notwithstanding tax credits.
asked the Prime Minister whether he will place in the Library a copy of his pubic speech in London on Anglo-Japanese trade on 5th March.
asked the Prime Minister if he is satisfied with the co-ordination between the Secretaries of State for Employment and Social Services in securing equal remuneration for women, including equality...
asked the Prime Minister if he will appoint a Minister with sole responsibility for the work of the Central Policy Review Staff.
asked the Prime Minister when he next plans to meet the TUC to discuss the economy and inflation.
With permission, I should like to make a short business statement. Amendments to the Counter-Inflation Bill have been received from another place and will be brought before the House tomorrow...
[12TH ALLOTTED DAY],—considered.
Bill to apply certain sums out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the years ending on 31st March 1972, 1973 and 1974, presented accordingly, and read the First time; to be read a Second...
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