Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, does the noble Lord recall the successful Save the Argylls Campaign in the 1960s and 1970s in which I admit to having played a part? That campaign assisted other regiments to survive or merge which were threatened at the time. Would it not be unwise to repeat such threats?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, do the documents include some of those concerning the union between Scotland and England in the reign of Queen Anne?
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Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, is there not a conflict of policies, in that the United Kingdom has a conservation policy in our coastal waters, whereas the EEC appears to condone a free-for-all, with fishing allowed, in some cases, up to the beaches?
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Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, is the United Kingdom still on course for meeting the 2010 target?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, are the Government concerned about forecasts that the melting of ice near the poles will lead to flooding from the sea in low-lying coastal areas in various countries? Are they taking precautions where the United Kingdom is affected?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, further to that point, when asylum has been refused, what normally happens to applicants who are already in the United Kingdom? Is physical force resorted to, or do most of them simply disappear in this country?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, will the Government support the celebration of St Andrew's day on 30 November with similar procurement of appropriate food, such as haggis and porridge, together with liberal drams of malt whisky?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, has the noble Lord taken into account the comments and suggestions made in the debate that I initiated on this subject, particularly with regard to false alarms which cause police cars to be driven at great speed through red traffic lights? I think that the situation has greatly improved since then, but I hope that the noble Lord has taken account of that debate.
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, does the noble Baroness recall that the Act, which had great success, was based on the principle of what was reasonable and did not demand what was virtually impossible?
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Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, have the Government an estimate of the number of veterans who are still in this situation with illnesses of this kind?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, I begin by declaring an interest. Since World War II, I have been dependent on wheelchairs at airports. Can the Government make any suggestions as to how the levy is to be calculated?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, can the Minister tell the House how many patients are still alive and how many widows there are now to be considered?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, I am glad that the Government have decided to set up an inquiry of Privy Counsellors. I was the Secretary of the first Privy Counsellors' conference on security, which looked into the disappearance and reappearance in Moscow of Burgess and Maclean. In that case, our report had two parts; one was open and the other was top secret. I remember delivering the top secret part to No. 10...
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, do the Government consider that changes are needed in the size and composition of the Security Council and in its method of working, which was largely laid down in the United Nations Charter? My interest is that I was a member of the United Kingdom permanent delegation in its early days: 1948 to 1952.
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, for how long do the Government expect the Bill to remain a draft? Are the Government already receiving proposed amendments and additions?
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, does the noble Lord agree that fish farming can develop and spread pollution, particularly if the fish are confined in too small a space? For example, parasites, such as sea lice, can appear and multiply.
Lord Campbell of Croy: My Lords, have the Government decided that sky marshals should be armed? If so, will they insist on the use of special bullets to reduce the danger in pressurised interiors of aircraft?