Oral Answers to Questions — House of Commons

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  • Catering (21 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council what was the actual financial loss in the last three years of the Members' dining room, the special functions in private rooms, the Press catering section,...

  • Library Clerk (Advertisement) (4 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council whether he will give the reason for an advertisement for a Library Clerk for the International. Affairs Desk which stated that the post was open to both...

  • Members (Cardiovascular Arteriosclerotic Disease) (6 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council whether he will institute studies of the incidence of the cardiovascular arteriosclerotic disease among Members of Parliament in order to promote...

  • Royal Assent to Bills (Procedure) (6 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council when legislation will be introduced to change the procedure for the Royal Assent to Bills.

  • Strangers' Gallery (Morning Sittings) (11 speeches)

    asked the Lord President of the Council why he has taken the action of denying the public the ancient right to hear House of Commons debates by closing the public galleries for the morning...

  • Justices of the Peace (2 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General in view of the fact that it is now Her Majesty's Government's policy to draw justices of the peace from all sections of the community, if he will now ensure that half...

  • Race Relations Board (4 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General whether he has decided to prosecute in the case of the Yarmouth hotel proprietor referred to him by the Race Relations Board.

  • Zinoviev Letter (6 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General whether he will instruct the Director of Public Prosecutions to take proceedings against those responsible for conspiring to utter the so-called Zinoviev letter in the...

  • Director of Public Prosecutions (Inquiries) (4 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General if he will instruct the Director of Public Prosecutions to inquire into an organisation, details of which have been sent to him by the hon. Member for Manchester,...

  • Chairmen of Magistrates (6 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General in view of the fact that judges are considered fit to continue their work until the age of 75 years, why the Government is insisting that chairmen of magistrates shall...