Monday, 10 July 1978
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what study he has made of the overlap of powers in bodies involved in the provision of assistance for industrial development.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what representations he received from trade unions during his consultations before his recent announcement of financial assistance to Lucas Aerospace.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry what steps he is taking to prevent the further decline of the British machine tool industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he is satisfied with the current level of investment in manufacturing industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry how many planning agreements have been concluded in the private sector at the latest date for which figures are available.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he next expects to have a meeting with the chairman of the Confederation of British Industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he proposes next to meet the chairman of British Aerospace.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry when he expects next to meet the chairman of the Post Office.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry how much financial assistance to industry has been given to the Yorkshire and Humberside region over each of the past three years; and what are the...
10. Mr. Aitken asked the Secretary of State for. Industry when he expects to meet the chairman of the National Enterprise Board.
asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he will now issue a general direction to the Post Office to cease its policy of requiring deposits from all telephone subscribers in certain areas in...
asked the Secretary' of State for Industry what steps he proposes to take towards the implementation of a planning agreement with Lucas Aerospace on the basis of the corporate plan for saving...
asked the Secretary of State for Industry how much assistance has been given to private industry under the Industry Act 1972 to the latest available date.
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 was the volume of steel produced and the volume sold by the British Steel Corporation in the last three months and in the same period in 1976 and 1977.
asked the Attorney-General whether he has any plans to increase staff of his Department in 1978–79 and 1979–80; and, if so, why.
asked the Attorney-General when he expects next to meet the Director of Public Prosecutions.
asked the Attorney-General what was the length of time between the receipt by the Director of Public Prosecutions from the West Midlands police of papers in the Bryant Building Company Limited...
asked the Attorney-General when he last met the Director of Public Prosecutions.
asked the Attorney-General if he remains satisfied with the access that poor people have to legal services.
I should like, with permission, to report to the House on the meeting of the European Council in Bremen which I attended with my right hon. Friend the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary on 6th...
I will, with permission, Mr. Speaker, make a statement on the trials of Anatoly Shcharansky and Alexander Ginzburg which have opened in the Soviet Union today. The whole House will deplore the...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. My point of order concerns the incident which occurred in the Chamber of the House last Thursday after which it was reported that you had ordered that the people...
Ordered,That, at this day's sitting, the Adoption (Scotland) Bill [Lords], the National Health Service (Scotland) Bill [Lords] and the Interpretation Bill [Lords] may be proceeded with, though...
Question again proposed, That the amendment be made.
Order for Second Reading read.
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Snape.]
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