Wednesday, 11 July 1979
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
I remind the House that long supplementary questions are very selfish. They prevent me from calling other hon. Members.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will initiate discussions with the Government of the United States of America with a view to abolishing the requirement for British subjects to obtain a visa...
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will make a statement about Zimbabwe-Rhodesia.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if the pilot scheme for political education on the value of NATO for 17 to 19-year-old pupils sponsored by the European Atlantic Movement, partly financed by the Foreign...
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he has any plans to visit Latin America.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will make a statement on Great Britain's relations with Uganda.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he is satisfied with the progress being made in the implementation by the Soviet Union and its allies of the provisions of the Helsinki Final Act.
asked the Lord Privy Seal when he next proposes to meet the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he will now bring the conduct of the Government of Vietnam before the Security Council of the United Nations.
asked the Lord Privy Seal what reassurances Her Majesty's Government have received from the Government of the United States that articles XII and XIII of the Salt II agreement will not preclude...
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he will make a statement on progress towards a common EEC foreign policy.
asked the Lord Privy Seal what changes in the regulations governing beef and veal imports from ACP countries were made as part of the conditions attaching to renewal of the Lomé Convention.
asked the Lord Privy Seal if he is satisfied with the progress of Greek accession to the European Communities; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Lord Privy Seal what consideration he has given to continuing financial support for voluntary organisations with projects in the developing world.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I ask for your guidance and apologise for not giving you notice of my point of order. It may be that there is still some confusion in the House about the order...
Sir Brandon Rhys Williams accordingly presented a Bill to give powers to residents of purpose-built blocks of flats in private ownership jointly to purchase the premises of which their flats are...
Before I call the Chancellor of the Duchy to move his motion, it might be convenient if I were to explain the course that we shall follow in the light of the business motion to which the House...
Queen's recommendation as having been signified— That the following provisions about salaries and pensions of Members of this House be made—(1) The salary payable to Members of each...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Brooke.]
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