Monday, 3 March 1975
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Mr. Tom Ellis: asked the Secretary of State for Wales what proportion of fifth-form scholars entered the sixth form colleges during this academic year in those areas in Wales which such colleges...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether the proposed Welsh Development Agency will be responsible to him or to the projected Welsh Assembly.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales when he expects to receive the report of the Daniel Committee on Water Charges.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what advice he has given to local authorities regarding benefits available from EEC sources for the housing of coal and steel workers.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will take steps to provide assistance to small business people in meeting increased rate demands in 1975.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he proposes any improvement in the Heads of the Valley Road, in view of concern expressed about the safety of the road.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if, in view of the special problems faced by the Powys Area Health Authority, he will introduce special measures to help Powys.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what steps he is taking to increase employment prospects in the county of South Glamorgan.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if, on the basis of submissions made to him, he is satisfied with provision made for the implementation of comprehensive secondary education in that part of...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales when the noise contour map of Eastern Avenue, Cardiff, will be ready so that claims for compensation may be lodged under the Land Compensation Act 1973.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will make a statement on the visit of the Under-Secretary of State to the EEC Commission.
asked the Secretary for State for Wales what steps he has taken, following the Flixborough disaster, designed to avoid housing development in the vicinity of factories and other establishments...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what steps he is taking to reduce unemployment in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he considers that it is a probable or desirable consequence of the creation of the Welsh Assembly that there should be a restructuring of Welsh...
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what study has been made with a view to introducing incentive schemes into the non-industrial Civil Service.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what steps are being taken by the Civil Service Department to facilitate the implementation of the Government's proposals for devolution to Scotland and Wales.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what further plans he has for the dispersal of Civil Service employment to the Northern Region.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what steps he proposes to take to implement the proposals for action by his Department set out in the report "Civil Servants and Change".
asked the Minister for the Civil Service if he has yet appointed a head of profession of the Accountancy Service in the Civil Service; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what consultations he has had with the Civil Service unions and the First Minister of the Civil Service on the proposal to subject civil servants in...
asked the Lord President of the Council when he intends to publish Her Majesty's Government's proposals on the compulsory declaration of Members' outside financial interests.
asked the Lord President of the Council how many statutory instruments came into force in 1974; and of these how many were debated by the House or by Standing Committees.
asked the Lord President of the Council what representations he has had from official bodies in Scotland concerning the Government's proposals for devolution.
asked the Lord President of the Council whether he is satisfied with the progress he has made in carrying out his special responsibilities in connection with the forthcoming EEC referendum; and...
(by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will make a statement on the train crash at Moorgate on Friday in which a number of people were killed.
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement on the strike by the drivers of Glasgow Corporation refuse vehicles. The drivers have been on strike since 13th January, seeking a further...
May I ask you, Mr. Speaker, to consider words that have just appeared in a newspaper called the Travel Trade Gazette, which I feel you may be inclined to rule, when you have heard the facts,...
Not amended (in the Committee) and as amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.
Several Hon. Members: rose—
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Walter Harrison.]
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