Schedule 6

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  • Repeals

    Amendment made: In page 37, leave out lines 30 to 32 —[Mr. Mudd.]

  • Housing (25 speeches)

    Question again proposed, That this House do now adjourn. —[Mr. Garel-Jones.]

  • Coal Industry Dispute (37 speeches)

    After that little knockabout, we come to an equally serious matter. Last Thursday evening, the Prime Minister had a hard job to do. After a disastrous 12 months since the 1983 election, she had...

  • Motor Industry (11 speeches)

    It is a pleasure to welcome my hon. Friend the Under-Secretary of State for Trade and Industry to this debate on the motor industry, which plays a great part in the economy and makes a more...

  • Civil Aviation (96 speeches)

    The number of right hon. and hon. Members who have told me that they wish to take part in this debate on civil aviation and the Civil Aviation Authority's report has convinced me of the need to...

  • Structure Plan (North-East Hampshire) (2 speeches)

    The debate of the past three hours has understandably generated widespread interest and considerable drama. When we turn from civil aviation to the Department of the Environment's draft circular...

  • Debendox (16 speeches)

    I am happy to have the opportunity to draw the attention of the House to the general picture on product liability and to the tragedy of Debendox in particular. I ask the Government to assist...

  • Food and Wine Exports (Soviet Union) (9 speeches)

    I am glad to have the opportunity to raise the subject of the export of subsidised food and wine to the Soviet Union and its allies. I appreciate the courtesy of my hon. Friend the Parliamentary...

  • Infrastructure Programmes (21 speeches)

    I am grateful for the opportunity at this early hour in the morning to introduce a debate on public expenditure on our infrastructure. I shall be brief, as I hope to catch the eye of the occupant...

  • Housing (Burnley) (2 speeches)

    Motion made and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Major.]