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Monday, 29 November 1976
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what plans his Department has for increasing the national effort in the fields of alternative and benign sources of energy.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement about the future organisation of the electrical supply industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he is satisfied with the current level of coal productivity.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he is satisfied that enough of the equipment required to exploit North Sea oil is being manufactured by United Kingdom firms and actually made in...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the progress of the allocation of fifth-round offshore exploration and production licences in the North Sea.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what discussions he has had with the Chairman of the National Coal Board on the subject of earlier retirement for miners and its effect on production.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what response there has been to the announcement of Government assistance to the less-well-off in meeting their fuel bills during the winter months.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the Government's policy towards the fast-breeder reactor.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy how many representations he has received from members of the public in the current year about nuclear energy problems.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy when he next intends to meet the Chairman of the CEGB.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a further statement on the projected Vale of Belvoir coal development.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what further proposals he has concerning the disconnection of fuel supplies to domestic consumers; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the Common Market energy policy.
asked the Minister for Overseas Development what contribution he is making in 1976–77 to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees programme to assist refugees from Indo-China now in...
asked the Minister for Overseas Development to what extent the value of the United Kingdom overseas aid programme has been reduced: (a) in percentage terms and (b) in cash value, by the decline...
asked the Minister for Overseas Development when he now expects the Fay Committee on the Crown Agents to complete its report; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Minister for Overseas Development if he will make a statement about the progress of the STABEX scheme under the Lomé Convention.
asked the Minister for Overseas Development what steps he intends to take to mitigate the impact upon poor students from underdeveloped countries of any increase in tuition fees for education...
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement about business to be taken in the Council of Ministers of the European Community during December. At present seven meetings of the...
Mr Michael Foot, supported by The Prime Minister, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Secretary Rees, Mr. Secretary Shore, Mr. Secretary Milian, Mr. Secretary John Morris, the Attorney-General,...
Mr. Secretary Shore supported by Mr. Secretary Rees, Mr. Secretary Varley, Mr. Secretary John Morris, Mr. John Silkin, Mr. Secretary Hattersley, Mr. Robert Sheldon and Mr. Dennis Howell,...
Mr. Secretary Millan, supported by The Lord Advocate and Mr. Harry Ewing, presented a Bill to establish a Police Complaints Panel with functions relating to complaints from members of the public...
In order to save the time of the House, unless there is objection, I propose to put the Question on the five motions relating to Statutory Instruments together.
I understand that the hon. Member for Oswestry (Mr. Biffen) is to move the second of the official Opposition amendments. I have also selected the first amendment tabled by the Opposition, at the...
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made,That the Lords Message of 25th November relating to the Joint Committee of both Houses to consider the implementation of the Resolutions of both Houses in favour of the establishment...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn—[Mr. Walter Harrison.]
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