Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether Her Majesty's Government support the United Nations-led efforts to send a Portuguese parliamentary mission to East Timor.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: In view of the appalling massacre that took place last week in East Timor, will the Government call on the United Nations Security Council to discuss East Timor? Will they press the Security Council to send monitoring teams to East Timor? What action, other than bland expressions of concern, will they take against Indonesia?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Tuesday 19 November.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: In what circumstances would the Prime Minister contemplate using nuclear weapons?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what assessment he has made of the resource implications for the health service in Scotland of the incidence of hypothermia in the winter months.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: I thank the Minister for his reply, but is it not about time that something was done to help senior citizens and the long-term sick? Every year we read about people who have died as a result of hypothermia or from a disease caused by hypothermia, but nothing is done. Every year people are asked to write in and beg for money. Is it not time that the Government got off their behinds and made...
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: What about money?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: What about the private sector?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: I have raised the matter before, but received no answer.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: My hon. Friend is reading from—
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: Tell him the whole story.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: The Under-Secretary of State for Social Security has also just arrived.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: He is in the House.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will make a statement on the future of the elderly in long-term hospital care.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: What steps have been taken properly to assess the elderly before they are committed to long-term hospitalisation or nursing home care? Will the Minister take a leaf out of the book of the Northern Ireland people, who have decided that only consultants involved in geriatric medicine should assess people's needs?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: My hon. Friend can continue until 11 pm.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Thursday 2 May.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: Does the Prime Minister agree with the chairman of the Conservative party, who has declared that all voters are jerks, or does he agree with the Secretary of State for Education and Science, who has said that they are all morons? Or does he agree with the majority of the British people, who say that senior Cabinet Ministers are a disgrace to the country?
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when he will next meet the director general of the National Economic Development Council to discuss the future of British Industry.
Mr Jimmy Dunnachie: Is the Minister aware that, in the last six months, 100,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost as a result of the policies pursued by his Government, and that since 1979 about 2·2 million manufacturing jobs have been lost, again as a result of the policies of his Government? Has he read a recent press report that indicates the depths of the recession that this country is in? When will the...