Thursday, 31 January 1974
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement on discussions between his office and the Northern Ireland Executive with regard to relations with the Republic of...
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will seek to repeal Section 6 of the Emergency Provisions (Northern Ireland) Act 1973 under which policemen may bring forward as evidence...
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what plans the Government have for an increased forestry programme in Northern Ireland.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what progress has been made in the past two years in improving recruitment and training to the Royal Ulster Constabulary and Police Reserve and...
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many acts of terrorism have been committed in Northern Ireland by terrorists operating from the Eire side of the border; and how many...
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will ensure that the milk subsidy is increased in line with permitted increases in the retail price of milk.
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food by how much the cost of food has risen since 18tb June 1970.
asked the Prime Minister when he next plans to meet the CBI and the TUC together.
asked the Prime Minister when he last paid an official visit to the offices of the old-age pensioner's association.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In the past 15 minutes we have had a most important statement by my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister on his letter to the CBI and to the TUC, an important...
Will the Leader of the House state the business for next week?
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I should like to make a statement about onshore installations for offshore oil. It is a little more than two years since the first announcement was made...
Order for Second Reading read.
Queen's Recommendation having been signified—
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Kenneth Clarke.]
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