Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland

– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 27th April 1999.

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The Secretary of State was asked

  • Diabetes Screening (4 speeches)

    When he expects to receive advice from the United Kingdom screening committee on targeted diabetes screening. [80989]

  • Scottish Parliament (Steering Group) (8 speeches)

    If he will make a statement on the work of the consultative steering group on procedures for a Scottish Parliament. [80991]

  • Minimum Wage (12 speeches)

    If he will make a statement about the impact of the minimum wage on the Scottish economy. [80992]

  • Lockerbie (6 speeches)

    What representations the Crown Office has received from the Dutch legal authorities over the handling of circumstances surrounding the trial of the Lockerbie suspects. [80993]

  • Modern Apprenticeships (10 speeches)

    How many modern apprenticeships the Government intend to create in Scotland. [80994]

  • Further and Higher Education (10 speeches)

    What steps the Government are taking to improve access to further and higher education in Scotland. [80996]

  • Secretary of State (Responsibilities) (4 speeches)

    If he will make a statement on the responsibilities of the Secretary of State for Scotland after the establishment of a Scottish Parliament. [80998]

  • Oil and Gas Industry (10 speeches)

    What measures his Department is taking to assist the oil and gas industry in Scotland. [80999]

  • Sexual Assaults (4 speeches)

    How individuals who have (a) been victims of and (b) committed male rape are dealt by the judicial system within Scotland. [81000]

  • Economic and Monetary Union (8 speeches)

    When he last met representatives of the Federation of Small Businesses to discuss economic and monetary union. [81001]

  • Crichton Estate (Dumfries) (4 speeches)

    What plans he has to assist with the development of the Crichton estate in Dumfries as a base for higher education provision. [81002]

  • Scottish Parliament (4 speeches)

    What steps he will take to advise hon. Members of the activities and decisions of the Scottish Parliament. [81003]