Monday, 10 November 1975
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Ordered,That so much of the Lords Message [6th November] as relates to the County of South Glamorgan Bill [Lords] be now considered.—[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what is his present estimate of the yield of oil from the North Sea in 1976, 1977 and 1978; and how this compares with official estimates made two years...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what action he proposes to take in view of the difficulties merchants have in obtaining supplies of anthracite; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what action he proposes to take over the deadlock between the National Coal Board and the Watford Borough Council relating to the 600 fires in the houses...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy when he expects his Department to complete its study on the utilisation of waste heat in power stations.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the Government's policy for the future of the high temperature reactor.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what is his estimate of the total volume of annual production of oil, natural gas and coal in the United Kingdom in 1975 and in 1980.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he is satisfied with the training and safety requirements for divers employed on North Sea oil rigs.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement about the Government's present views on the agreement between the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and Rossing Uranium...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what is his assessment of the potential yield of oil finds in the West Shetland, Celtic Sea and Channel areas, respectively.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy how Great Britain's exports of coal in 1975 compare with exports in the last five years; and whether he is satisfied that Great Britain is sufficiently...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what discussions he has had with the Electricity Council, social security and welfare organisations about the hardship faced by consumers this winter as a...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what is his Department's most up-to-date estimate of fuel saving as a result of the "Save It" advertising campaign.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what is his policy regarding the building of new power stations using oil, in the light of the increased costs of oil being imposed by OPEC.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he is satisfied that coal stocks are sufficient to meet all winter demands.
asked the Minister for Overseas Development whether he will make a further statement on his discussions with his EEC colleagues on aid from the Community to Commonwealth countries in South Asia.
37. Mr. Russell Johnston asked the Minister for Overseas Development when he next expects to meet EEC Overseas Development Ministers.
Sir G. Howe (by Private Notice) asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will make a statement about the further borrowing arrangements announced on Friday and about the conditions on...
I will, with permission, make a statement. The Report of the Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention has now been transmitted to me by the Chairman. The Report will be published as soon as...
I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration, namely,...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. John Ellis.]
Ordered,That the Airports Authority Bill [Lords] may be proceeded with at this day's Sitting, though opposed, until any hour.—[Mr. Stoddart.]
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Harper.]
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