Monday, 26 March 1979
asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he will make a statement on the outcome of the devolution referendum in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many jobs have been created by the special temporary employment programme and the youth opportunities programme in Wales during the past 12 months.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will state the latest available figures for houses and flats in course of construction in the Principality; and what is his estimate of the total...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he will give his assessment of the acreage of marginal land in Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what changes in the organisation of his office he now proposes in view of the rejection of the Wales Act by the people of Wales.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what estimate he has made of the average increase in rates in Wales in the coming year.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales if he is satisfied with current provision for orthopaedic, ear nose and throat and general surgical treatment in the hospitals serving Gwent and Mid-Glamorgan.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what steps he has taken to expedite the remaining stages of the redevelopment plan of the Royal Gwent hospital, Newport, Gwent.
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many advance factories he has authorised to be built since March 1974; and how many factories were involved in the most recent approvals given to the...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many railway sidings in Wales were opened in each year since 1974 to date with the assistance of section 8 grants; what was the expenditure in each...
asked the Secretary of State for Wales what is his policy towards Welsh sports teams touring South Africa.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service if he will publish before 5 April the results of his more detailed study of overseas experience and its relevance to the British constitutional system, as...
asked the Minister for the Civil Service when he plans next to meet representatives of the Civil Service trade unions.
asked the Minister for the Civil Service what progress is being made with the dispersal of civil servants to Scotland.
asked the Lord President of the Council what further proposals he intends to make regarding devolution of power to Scotland.
asked the Lord President of the Council what was the total cost to public funds of each of the two referenda held on 1 March; and what proposals the Government have for further referenda.
asked the Lord President of the Council if he will seek to implement the proposals for sittings on Fridays to be held from 9.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m., as recommended by the Select Committee on Procedure.
asked the Lord President of the Council what plans he has for linking the proposals of the Procedure Committee concerning the establishment of deparmentally linked Select Committees with the...
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,...
By leave of the House, I shall put together the questions on the nine motions relating to statutory instruments.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Are you or the Leader of the House aware that there is no service in the Tea Room or the cafeterias downstairs, because, apparently, a union meeting is being...
Ordered.That the Forestry Bill [Lords] may be proceeded with at this day's sitting, though opposed, until any hour.—[Mrs. Ann Taylor.]
Motion made, and Question proposed.
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