Monday, 11 February 1980
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the Government's depletion policy for indigenous oil and gas.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy when next he plans to meet representatives of the oil industry to discuss the latest situation in the North Sea.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will take steps to increase the resources available for investment by the coal industry.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what proportion of energy used in the United Kingdom was derived from nuclear power at the latest date for which information is available.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy, in the light of recent announcements on nuclear policy, what plans he has to ensure that reactors in the current programme are built to date and to cost.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy when he expects to make an announcement concerning the implementation of the Marshall report on schemes for combined heat and power.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what has been the increase in domestic gas prices as compared with the commercial gas price, household coal, two star petrol, electricity, heating oil,...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy if he will make a statement on the discussion of the Under-Secretary with Dutch and German the British Gas Corporation will be needed to finance...
asked the Secretary of State for Energy what level of surplus arising from the sale of gas during the financial year 1980–81 is expected.
asked the Secretary of State for Energy when he plans next to meet the chairman of the British Gas Corporation.
asked the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster what progress has been made on the question of the provision of facilities in the Palace of Westminster for Members of the European Parliament.
asked the right hon. Member for Middlesbrough (Mr. Bottomley), as representing the House of Commons Commission, what changes have been made in the group personal accident insurance for hon....
asked the Paymaster General whether he remains satisfied with presentation in the media of Government policy.
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I will make a statement on the position of pay negotiations in the steel industry. First of all, however, I extend to the House the apologies of my right hon. Friend...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I should be most grateful if, at your leisurely convenience, you would be good enough to rule on the following matters. On Tuesday 5 February and Wednesday 6...
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. On Friday a small contingent of the great unwashed infiltrated the Gallery of this Chamber. Like other right hon. and hon. Members, I neither know nor care about...
As amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.
The Secretary of State shall stipulate as a condition prior to its nomination under this Act that the successor company shall have included in its initial articles and memorandum the necessary...
FOREIGN INVESTMENT LIMIT
VESTING OF PROPERTY, ETC., OF BRITISH AEROSPACE IN A COMPANY NOMINATED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE
CANCELLATION OF CERTAIN GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT IN BRITISH AEROSPACE
INITIAL GOVERNMENT SHAREHOLDING IN THE SUCCESSOR COMPANY
FINANCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUCCESSOR COMPANY AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES
GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT IN SHARES AND SECURITIES OF THE SUCCESSOR COMPANY
EXERCISE OF SECRETARY OF STATE'S FUNCTIONS UNDER SECTIONS 3 AND 5 THROUGH NOMINEES
TARGET INVESTMENT LIMIT FOR GOVERNMENT SHAREHOLDING UNDER SECTIONS 3 AND 5
LIABILITY OF THE SUCCESSOR COMPANY FOR DEFAULTING SUBSIDIARY WHERE CAUSE OF ACTION AROSE BEFORE APPOINTED DAY
DISSOLUTION OF BRITISH AEROSPACE AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
I beg to present a petition from Robert Anthony Joy, the borough solicitor to the London borough of Lewisham. As I propose to move a motion in respect of the petition, I ask that it be read.
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Cope]
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