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  • Gaming Board (Chairman) (23 speeches)

    The following Question stood upon the Order Paper:

  • European Economic Community (6 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister whether, following recent developments in France, he will issue an invitation to the President of France to visit the United Kingdom so that a discussion may take place...

  • Nationalised Industries (Chairmen and Board Members) (8 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister if he will take steps to ensure that no chairman or other full-time member of the board of a nationalised industry is appointed chairman of other important public...

  • Biological Warfare Research (Departmental Responsibility) (8 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister if, in view of recent scientific developments, he will transfer responsibility for the biological warfare research unit from the Ministry of Defence to the Ministry of...

  • Industrial Disputes (Cost) (4 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister if he will take action to coordinate the collection and analysis of information from the appropriate Ministries of the national and particular industrial costs of...

  • Second Secretary of State (5 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister if he will now nominate a Cabinet Minister as Second Secretary of State.

  • Trade Balances (17 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister in view of the continuing adverse trade balances, what further measures of co-ordination and strengthening of policies of increased exports, imports substitution, and...

  • Postmaster-General (4 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister if he will now seek to abolish the office of Postmaster-General.

  • Gibraltar (9 speeches)

    The following Questions stood upon the Order Paper—

  • Questions to Ministers (1 speech)

    Order. I remind the House of Standing Order No. 8(3): No questions shall be taken after half-past three of the clock, except questions which have not been answered in consequence of the absence...