Monday, 21 March 1977
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Trade how much of the Anglo-Soviet line of credit of £950 million arranged in 1975 has been taken up at the lastest available date; and if he will make a...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will expand the governmental export promotion sales organisation and staff.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade which industries he is considering to subject to selective import controls.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if, following the work being done by the Scottish Council Research Institute on the input-output model of the Scottish economy, he will re-examine the...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what representations he has received in the light of the New York Port Authority's decision regarding landing rights for Concorde in New York.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what percentage of the home market for cotton textiles is supplied by foreign imports; and how this compares with the previous percentages over the last 20...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he has received evidence that certain imported special steel products are currently offered for sale in the United Kingdom at prices which are well below...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what proposals he has for reducing the present maximum noise limits at Gatwick Airport.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what investigations he has made into recent events concerning the tanker "Globtik Venus"; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade when he expects to respond to the CPRS Report on the future of the electrical power plant industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what control he exercises over the level of air fares in connection with International Civil Aviation Organisation obligations.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what further progress has been made on renegotiating the Bermuda Agreement.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he will take measures to deny Government support and facilities for various kinds of trade transactions in order to combat the discriminatory...
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what consultations he has so far held on the Bullock Report; and with what results.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what progress he has made in bringing the United States of America to accept Skytrain services as part of the Bermuda Agreement.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade how many light bulbs of the type used in motor car headlamps were imported into the United Kingdom during each of the past four years.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what are the latest figures for import and export of steel.
With permission, I wish to make a statement about the rearrangement of business. At the end on Tuesday, following the opening of the defence debate, the motion on financial assistance to the...
We shall now take the motion on Statutory Instruments in the name of the right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the House. The Question is—
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. If I may refer to your previous remarks, may I take it that you have some cognisance, which is denied to the rest of us, of what is in the motion? You said that...
Order for Second Reading read.
Not amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.
Ordered,That the Representation of the People Bill may be proceeded with at this day's sitting, though opposed, until any hour.—[Mr. Bates.]
Question again proposed.
Considered in Committee; reported, without amendment.
I beg to submit a petition, Mr. Deputy Speaker, signed by 2,205 of my constituents and submitted in the name of Miss June Finnie of 6, Union Grove, Fraserburgh. Miss Finnie is disabled and has...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Bates.]
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