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Tuesday, 12 October 1976
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Order for consideration read.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what are the latest figures available for the costs and numbers of British forces stationed in Germany; and what progress has been made in obtaining...
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he is satisfied with the arrangements whereby boy soldiers can get their discharge prior to their eighteenth birthday.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether he is satisfied with the current level of funding for the development of an AEW Nimrod.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence when he last met the other NATO Defence Ministers.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what recent representations he has received from other NATO Governments about the level of defence expenditure of the United Kingdom Government.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence how many civilian jobs will be affected by the decision, announced on 22nd July, to cut defence expenditure by a further £100 million; and which...
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he is satisfied with British defences.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what representations he has received regarding proposed cuts in defence expenditure.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the naval building programme.
asked the Prime Minister if he has any plans to visit India.
asked the Prime Minister if he will list his public engagements for 12th October.
asked the Prime Minister when he last met the CBI and the TUC.
I will, with permission, make a statement on Rhodesia. On 22nd March my right hon. Friend, now Prime Minister, told the House that no settlement in Rhodesia was possible until all the parties...
I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9—and I apologise that I could not give you prior notice, Mr. Speaker—for the purpose of discussing a...
To save time I will put the Question on the three motions relating to Statutory Instruments together.
accordingly presented a Bill to amend the law relating to children and young persons: and the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time tomorrow and to be printed. [Bill 229.]
Resolved,That, in pursuance of the Parliament Act 1911, this House directs that the provisions of section 1(1) of that Act shall not apply to the Parliamentary and Other Pensions and Salaries...
Motion made, and Question,That the Report [4th August] of the Business Committee be now considered.—[Mr. John Ellis.]
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(1) The paragraph set out in subsection (2) below shall be inserted— (a) after paragraph (c) of section 4 of the Nursing Homes Act 1975, as paragraph (cc) and(b) after paragraph (b) of the...
If the Board under the provisions of this Act have not submitted to the Secretary of State by 1st January 1980 proposals for the complete withdrawal of National Health Service facilities from...
Before I call the next hon. Member I have to notify the House, in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967, that the Queen has signified Her Royal Assent to the following Acts: 1. Stock Exchange...
Question again proposed, That the clause be read a Second time.
Part II of this Act shall come into force on 31st December 1978.—[Mr. Patrick Jenkin.]
'(1) Any person (whether or not a consultant) who was on 12th April 1975 employed whole-time or part-time in one or other of the National Health Services or concerned with the interest of...
I beg to move Amendment No. 1, in page 1, line 10, leave out 'five' and insert 'seven'.
Ordered,That Mr. Secretary Hattersley be discharged from the Select Committee on Direct Elections to the European Assembly and that Mr. Brynmor John be added to the Committee.—[Mr. Walter...
Order for Second Reading read.
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Frank R. White.]
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