Thursday, 7 June 2007
The Secretary of State was asked—
What steps he has taken to promote the development of a sub-sea electricity transmission network.
What provisions the Sellafield security contract will contain on public safety.
What progress has been made in achieving the Government's target of an end to fuel poverty for vulnerable households by 2010.
What assessment he has made of the impact of the pricing and access regime on Royal Mail.
What plans he has to build new nuclear power stations in the south-east.
What discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Scotland on issues outlined in the Energy White Paper.
What discussions his Department has had with Canatxx Ltd and its associated companies on gas storage under the River Wyre in the last six months.
If he will apply the Furniture and Furnishings Regulations 1998 to imported furniture at the point of entry into the UK, with particular reference to sofas.
If he will make an official visit to Totnes to discuss the situation of industry in the area.
The Minister for Women was asked—
If she will meet the Engineering and Technology Board to discuss the promotion of science, engineering and technology as a career path for women.
May I ask the Leader of the House to give us the forthcoming business?
With permission, Mr. Deputy Speaker, I will make a statement on counter-terrorism. The House will know that we face an unprecedented threat from terrorism. It is the duty of the Home Secretary to...
Order for Second Reading read.
Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 83A(7) (Programme motions), That the following provisions shall apply to the Rating (Empty Properties) Bill: Committal 1....
Queen's recommendation having been signified— Motion made, and Question put forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 52(1)(a) (Money resolutions and ways and means resolutions in...
Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn. —[Jonathan Shaw.]
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