Tuesday, 26 February 1985
The House met at half-past Two o'clock
[MR. SPEAKER in the Chair]
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the role of nuclear artillery in British Army tactical planning.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will now state the total cost of the Molesworth operation; and what was the number of personnel involved.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what alterations were made to Sir John Fieldhouse's Commander-in-Chief's report on the Falklands war at the Ministry of Defence or at Northwood; which...
asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether he has made any changes in the specifications for the Royal Air Force basic trainer.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the modernisation of Britain's tactical nuclear weapons.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether he will make a statement on the future of the sovereign bases in Cyprus.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement concerning the meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nuclear planning group in March.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence how many British troops are currently stationed in South Korea.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence how many service men are currently based at RAF Molesworth.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement concerning United Kingdom battlefield nuclear weapons.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement about the disposal of defence lands.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence what representations he has received since his most recent announcement of the revised cost of the Trident system.
asked the Secretary of State for Defence how much he anticipates spending to maintain security at RAF Molesworth up to the arrival of cruise missiles.
asked the Prime Minister if she will list her official engagements for Tuesday 26 February.
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement on the visit which I paid to the United States from 19 to 21 February, accompanied by my right hon. and learned Friend the Foreign and...
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,...
I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to provide for formal public consultation in Scotland on the subject of constitutional reform by a committee of members of the House of...
As amended (in the Standing Committee), further considered.
'The Secretary of State shall establish machinery for monitoring the effects of the operation of this Act with particular reference to—
`Any proceedings of a health authority in relation to an application or proposed application under section 1 of this Act shall be subject to the provisions of the Public Bodies (Admission to...
Motion made, and Question put,That, at this day's sitting, the Water (Fluoridation) Bill may be proceeded with, though opposed, until any hour. — [Mr. Lennox-Boyd.]
This is an important measure which will potentially affect every man, woman and child in the country—
'If at any time it appears to the Secretary of State that the addition of fluoride to the water supply is harmful to health he shall terminate any application made under section...
Amendment proposed, No. 2 in page 1, line 13, at end insert— '(2) There shall be no increase in the fluoride content of the water supplied by a water undertaker in England and Wales unless...
I beg to move, That the draft British Shipbuilders Borrowing Powers (Increase of Limit) Order 1985, which was laid before this House on 13th February, be approved. The draft order before us...
Ordered,That, in respect of the Companies Bill [Lords], the Company Securities (Insider Dealings) Bill [Lords], and the Business Names Bill [Lords], Notices of Amendments, new Clauses, and new...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Boscawen.]
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