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Monday, 18 October 1976
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
Before I call the first Question, may I tell the House that I understand that the Minister has given notice of appeal in the Laker case and, therefore, that matter is sub judice.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what progress he has made in preparing for the EEC to become responsible for anti-dumping regulations and enforcement.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade when he next expects to meet the Chairman of British Airways to discuss "Civil Aviation. Policy Guidance".
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will make a statement on the outcome of negotiations over duty-free import quotas with the United Kingdom's former EFTA partners.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what is now the visible trade deficit with the EEC on a balance of payments basis for the last 12 months.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he has any plans to visit the USSR to discuss the balance of trade between Great Britain and the COMECON countries.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what discussions his Department, alone or in conjunction with the British motor industry manufacturers, has held with the EEC about limiting the volume of...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will make a statement on motor car imports from Japan during 1976.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade when he expects to receive the report of the Bullock Committee on company law and if it is the Government's intention to legislate in the light of its...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will make a statement on the Government's proposals for implementing the interim report of the Royal Commission on the Press.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what action he intends to take to reduce aircraft noise around Heathrow in 1977.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will resume from the CAA powers over the scrutiny of holiday tour operators who are not members of ABTA, following the bankruptcy of Pearl Islands...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I wonder whether you will be making a statement, or whether you are able to inform the House that a statement will be made, on the report in the Observer...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I draw attention to the fact that the telephonic communications of this House seem to have broken down completely this morning. It was quite impossible, for a...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. This is a small point but may not be unimportant. In the answer to the Question from my hon. Friend the Member for Mid-Sussex (Mr. Renton), the Secretary of...
On a point of order. Mr. Speaker. This is a separate point in relation to the rights of Members. I draw attention to the fact that today, on a Monday, without Prime Minister's Questions...
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,...
Order for Second Reading read.
As amended, considered.
Read a Second time.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Thomas Cox.]
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