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Monday, 26 April 1976
The House met at haf-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Address for Return,of the Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department of the Departmental Committee on Evidence of Identification in Criminal cases.—[Dr. Summerskill.]
asked the Secretary of State for Trade when he expects to commence discussions with the Scandinavian Governments on the review of the duty-free quota system for the import of paper products.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what further action he is taking arising out of the publication of the London and Counties Securities Group Limited by his Department.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what are the figures for imported garments in 1975 and to the latest available date.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what is the latest available figure for the United Kingdom balance of trade.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade, when he expects to meet the South African Minister of Trade.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what is the value of contracts placed by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics at the latest convenient date under the £950 million line of credit...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what steps he is taking to implement the disciplinary report upon the fishing industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade on what date responsibility for anti-dumping measures will be transferred to the EEC; and what relevant powers will remain with the United Kingdom thereafter.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade how many bodies, other than State-sponsored organisations, he has consulted about Her Majesty's Government's future tourism policy ; and if he will list...
asked the Secretarty of State for Trade if he will review the provision of Government assistance and facilities for small businesses involved in exporting.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he is satisfied that no obligations are laid upon British airlines which place them under a competitive disability when compared with foreign carriers.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what percentage of imports from the Soviet Union is carried in Russian ships and British ships, respectively.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he proposes to ratify the European Patent Convention before the end of 1976.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he will have further talks with the Japanese Government and motor industry in the light of the number of Japanese cars registered in the United...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he is satisfied with the work undertaken by the British Overseas Trade Board's Fairs and Promotions Branch on behalf of British exporters.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what is the outcome of his negotiations with the Indian Government concerning permission for Concorde to overfly India.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what are the latest figures available for trade with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and other Eastern European countries; and what further steps he...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade how many washing machines have been imported into the United Kingdom from Italy; and if he will investigate charges of dumping.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade when he expects the Green Paper on the role of regional airports to be published.
asked the Attorney-General whether he caused any inquiry to be made into the allegations contained in documents sent to him by the hon. Member for Manchester, Blackley, before permitting the...
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what action he proposes to take on the report he has received from the Tree Council which recommends that the Government should pay the cost of...
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will make a statement about the condition of the pound sterling.
Ordered,That the draft Hill Livestock and Young Cattle (Compensatory Allowances) (Scotland) Regulations 1976 be referred to a Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments, &c.—[Mr....
Order for Second Reading read.
Queen's Recommendation having been signified—
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Coleman.]
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