Thursday, 21 October 2004
The Secretary of State was asked—
What assessment she has made of the impact of the delay in the introduction of the national fallen stock collection scheme.
What plans she has to support the development of energy crops.
How many landfill sites are licensed to accept hazardous waste.
When she last met European Union colleagues to discuss the sugar regime.
What progress she is making in paying compensation following the foot and mouth disease outbreak.
What discussions she has held with the Department of Trade and Industry on (a) possible changes in registration charges for captive raptors and (b) the impact of such changes on small businesses...
If she will make a statement on beef exports from the United Kingdom.
If she will make a statement on the five-year recycling record of Southampton city council.
What the Government's main objectives at the next Fisheries Council will be.
What assessment her Department has made of changes in the farm-gate price for liquid milk in the last 10 years.
If she will take steps to boost the income of hill farmers.
What action is planned to reduce domestic carbon emissions by 2010 beyond the targets set out in the Kyoto protocol; and if she will make a statement.
Will the Leader of the House give us the business for next week?
With permission, Mr. Speaker, I would like to make a further statement about the deployment of UK forces in Iraq. On Monday I explained to the House that the UK military had received, and was...
[Relevant documents: Fifth Report from the Defence Committee, Session 2003–04, HC 465-I, on the Defence White Paper 2003 and the Government's response thereto, HC 1048. Minutes of Evidence...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Jim Fitzpatrick.]
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