Monday, 31 January 1977
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what progress has been made in discussions between his Department and representatives of Sona Consultants Ltd. abut re-equipment of their Moderna plant...
asked the Secretary of State for Industry whether he will make a statement about the remuneration of the directors of Cable and Wireless Limited.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he next plans to meet the leaders of the CBI.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he proposes to announce his decisions in regard to the British Steel Corporation's 10-year modernisation and capital re-equipment programme.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry whether he is satisfied with industrial progress in the Northern Region.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what action he has taken over the past three months to help small businesses.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he is satisfied with the current rate of industrial investment.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what estimate he has made of the total cost to public funds of the British Aerospace Organising Committee during the financial year 1976–77.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry how many orders he has made under Section 28 of the Industry Act 1975.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry whether he plans to increase the amount of financial aid available under the Ferrous Foundry Scheme; and whether he intends any amendments to the terms...
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he expects to conclude the consultations arising from the CPRS Report into the power generating industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry whether he proposes to proceed with the Government's proposed £25 million industry aid scheme for instruments and automation.
asked the Attorney-General if he is satisfied with the enforcement of the law in so far as it is within his responsibility.
asked the Attorney-General how long the papers in the Bryant Builders (Birmingham) case have now been with the Director of Public Prosecutions; and when he expects the Director of Public...
asked the Attorney-General when he next expects to meet the Director of Public Prosecutions.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In the course of the proceedings that have been mentioned today, the Attorney-General said that he was responsible to the House of Commons, and the House of...
On Thursday last, the Attorney-General made a statement on his reasons for refusing his consent to the application by Mr. Gouriet to bring relator proceedings for an injunction against the Union...
My point of order, Mr. Speaker, relates to Speaker's Conferences, so-called. You will have seen reports in the Press over the weekend that there is a possibility that you may be invited by...
With your permission, Mr. Speaker, I will make a statement about business to be taken in the Council of Ministers of the European Community during February. The monthly forecast for February was...
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.
Queen's Recommendation having been signified—
Order for Second Reading read.
Ordered,That the Standing Order of 18th November 1974 relating to the nomination of the Select Committee on European Legislation, &c. be amended, by leaving out Mr. James Craigen and...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Stoddart.]
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