Thursday, 29 November 1984
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[MR. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what talks he intends to have with the Government of the Irish Republic concerning the constitution of Northern Ireland.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when he anticipates laying proposals for devolved government before the House as envisaged under the Northern Ireland Assembly Act 1982.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will proscribe Provisional Sinn Fein.
asked the Secretary of Slate for Northern Ireland what progress has been made in Northern Ireland in the completion of local authority emergency planning and the raising and training of civil...
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what progress he has made with the application of milk quotas in Northern Ireland.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he intends to introduce legislation to bring the Province into line with the rest of the United Kingdom with respect to the flying of flags.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement on the future of the Northern Ireland gas industry.
Mr. Ross: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many mobile classrooms there are at Magherafelt high school.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland whether he will make a statement on the security situation in Northern Ireland.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will consider a modest relaxation of planning law for development outside the Matthew stop line in the borough of Castlereagh.
Mr. A. Cecil Walker: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he has any plans for increasing existing skills through a programme of balanced apprenticeship training in Northern Ireland.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many young offenders sentenced to indefinite terms of imprisonment at the Secretary of State's pleasure were released in 1983.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what steps have been taken to offset the increase in price of coal imported into Northern Ireland; and if he will make a statement.
asked the Prime Minister if she will list her official engagements for Thursday 29 November.
May I ask the Leader of the House whether he will state the business of the House for next week?
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I should like to make a statement about skillcentres. In the White Paper entitled "Training for Jobs" the Government set out their proposals for doubling the number...
I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 10, for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration, namely,...
Members successful in the ballot were:Mr. Michael ColvinMr. Michael SternMr. Hughes Dykes
Mr. Secretary Younger, supported by Mr. Solicitor-General for Scotland, Mr. Michael Ancram, Mr. Allan Stewart and Mr. John Moore presented a Bill to amend the law of Scotland in respect of...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Durant.]
Queen's Recommendation having been signified—
I beg to move, That this House takes note of European Community Document No. 8175/84, Proposal for a Third Council Directive on Summer Time Arrangements, and, while recognising the reasons for...
I beg to move, That this House takes note of European Community Documents Nos. 7685/84, 7686/84 and 7948/84; and in respect of 7685/84 and 7686/84 supports the Government's approach in pressing...
Ordered,That, at the sitting on Monday 3rd December, the Local Government Bill may be proceeded with, though opposed, until Twelve o'clock.—[Mr. Peter Lloyd.]
I beg to ask leave to present a petition that has been signed by a considerable number of my constituents, who have expressed concern over the contents of the Warnock report, and I share their...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Peter Lloyd.]
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