Wednesday, 13 June 1979
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Lord Privy Seal for which quasi-autonomous national government organisations he is responsible.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will make a statement of the Government's policy in relation to the Middle East.
asked the Lord Privy Seal what plans he has to invite the Foreign Minister of Egypt to visit the United Kingdom.
asked the Lord Privy Seal what were the results of the visit of the governor of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China; and if he will make a statement on the current extent of co-operation...
asked the Lord Privy Seal what efforts he is currently making to bring about a settlement in Cyprus.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will make a statement on relations between Her Majesty's Government and the People's Republic of China.
asked the Lord Privy Seal when he expects next to meet the President of the EEC Commission.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will take an initiative in the Council of Ministers to secure the incorporation in the renegotiated Lomé Convention of a provision to make observance of...
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will state the policy of Her Majesty's Government towards financial assistance for Tanzania and Uganda.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will examine the forward commitments made by the previous Government in respect of the bilateral aid programme; and if he will make a statement.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Is it possible to raise at this juncture the subject of the new arrangement made for the answering of foreign affairs questions? We now have foreign affairs...
I will, with permission, Mr. Speaker, make a statement about the proposed increases in social security benefits to come into effect from the week beginning 12 November 1979. Yesterday, my right...
Order read for resuming adjourned debate on Question [12 June].
That it is expedient to amend the law with respect to the National Debt and the public revenue and to make further provision in connection with finance; but, without prejudice to any...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Wakeham.]
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