Thursday, 7 July 2005
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. The House will be aware that there have been a number of very serious incidents across London this morning. The relevant Ministers are currently meeting to...
The Secretary of State was asked—
If she will issue guidance making clear which parts of the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 are in force and which have yet to come into force.
What steps she is taking to support the biscuit industry in relation to the new EU sugar regime.
What assistance her Department is providing for areas of North Yorkshire recently affected by flooding.
How many cattle were slaughtered in the last recorded month as result of bovine TB.
What her estimate is of the cost of environmental regulation in the last year.
What proposals she is assessing in relation to resolving conflicting recreational activities in the marine environment.
What discussions she has had with the Chairman of the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management on publication of the findings of its public consultation programme.
What consultations she will have with the fishing industry on implementing the "Securing the Benefits" report.
What steps she is taking to ensure that toner cartridge waste is properly disposed of.
If she will make a statement on single farm payments.
How she plans to respond to the Green Paper on energy produced by the European Commission.
When she intends to publish a summary of the responses to the climate change review consultation.
Although our thoughts are very much elsewhere this morning, will the Leader of the House give us the business for next week?
[Relevant documents: The Fourth Report from the Defence Committee, Session 2004–05, HC 45-I & II, on Future Capabilities, and the Government's response thereto, Cm6616.] Motion made,...
Ordered, That, if any European Union Documents have been referred to a European Standing Committee which has not yet been nominated for the duration of the Parliament under paragraph (3) of...
Resolved, That this House do now adjourn.—[Claire Ward.] Adjourned accordingly at one minute past Six o'clock.
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