Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health

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  • Condemned Foodstuffs, Wellington (Hadley) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health the total quantity and the total value of the foodstuffs which were condemned by his inspectors as a result of floodwater at the Parade, Hadley, Wellington, Shropshire.

  • National Health Service Superannuation Scheme (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health when the 1962 report on the valuation of the National Health Service Superannuation Scheme will be published.

  • Infant Mortality (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health whether he still expects the Registrar General's special study into the regional differences in infant mortality to be published by mid-1966.

  • Coloured Population (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health the present estimated size of the coloured population of Great Britain, and what it is expected to be in 1970 and 1980, respectively, if no further net increase in...

  • Drink-Coolers (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health if he will take steps to control the import of drink-coolers filled, with water from abroad, such as pink elephants, so as to reduce the chances of contamination.

  • Dental Technicians (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health what study he has made of the structure of prices of dentures and prosthetic work and of wages of dental technicians; and if he will take steps to improve conditions...

  • Scientology (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health whether he will initiate an inquiry into the scope and practice in this country of so-called Scientology, and the practice of psychology for fee or reward by persons...

  • Cervical Cancer (Tests) (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Health how many women have had the protective cervical test during each of the past three years; and how many are on the waiting list.