Tuesday, 9 July 1974
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Lords amendments agreed to.
Order for consideration read.
As amended, considered; to be read the Third time.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what were the numbers wholly unemployed in June 1974; and what further steps he is taking to reduce the numbers wholly unemployed.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if, in view of the statements by Mr. Buckton given in evidence at the Railways Staffs National Tribunal hearing concerning his union's 16 per cent. pay...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what steps he intends to take to ensure full implementation of the Equal Pay Act 1970 by the appointed day.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will speedily draw up and publish plans for redeployment of any workers who may be affected by reduction in arms spending, including the policies...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he now expects to secure the repeal of the Industrial Relations Act before the end of July 1974.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is his latest estimate of the actual number of job vacancies in the United Kingdom.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will consider taking steps to extend the protection available to workers faced with redundancy.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many nurses and teachers have obtained employment through his Department in the last six months.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he will list those projects which benefited from the grants received by the United Kingdom under the EEC Social Fund in 1973; and if he will...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment why a reserve was placed on the EEC directive on redundancy.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make a statement on the employment prospects for the West Midlands Region.
asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will provide, free of charge, expert assistance to those employers who have been required to furnish information in a questionnaire entitled...
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what progress he has made in establishing the social contract.
asked the Prime Minister what staff changes he has made to the CPRS since his administration took office.
Mr. Adley: asked the Prime Minister if he will place in the Library a copy of the public speech on industrial policy which he made at Huyton on 14th June.
asked the Prime Minister what plans he has to seek a meeting of Commonwealth Heads of Government.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker Before 10 o'clock last night I tabled two amendments to the Trade Union and Labour Relations Bill, but they are not available in the Vote Office today This is a...
I now wish myself to make a statement. On 22nd October last I informed the House that I had invited Sir Edmund Compton to undertake a review of the administrative services of the House, with...
I begin by apologising for the length of the statement I wish to make. With permission, I would like to inform the House of my proposals for Hunterston. A fuller statement of the strategy the...
Motion made, That the draft European Communities (Definition of Treaties) Order 1974 be referred to a Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments.—[Mr. Coleman.]
Ordered.That at this day's Sitting, notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order No. 3, Mr. Speaker shall put any question necessary to dispose of proceedings on the Northern Ireland...
Mr. William Molloy accordingly presented a Bill to amend the Town and Country Planning Acts; and the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time upon Thursday 18th July and...
Ordered,That in respect of the Northern Ireland Bill, notices of Amendments, new clauses or new Schedules to be moved in Committee may be accepted by the Clerks at the Table before the Bill has...
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, and that of the House, I wish to present the humble petition of the National Association of Widows, Gingerbread, the Child Poverty Action Group and others.
With your permission, Mr. Deputy Speaker, and that of the House, I wish to present a petition signed by about 12,000 ratepayers and electors in the Melton parliamentary constituency.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. James A. Dunn.]
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