Mr James Jones: asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether the A.483 road between Wrexham and its junction with the A.5 near Chirk is included in the list of roads to be improved in North Wales.
Mr James Jones: I thank my hon. Friend for that reassuring reply, but may I ask whether special consideration will be given to the section of the road near the disused Wynnstay Colliery?
Mr James Jones: Will my right hon. Friend ensure that a debate on Welsh affairs is not too long postponed? Does he have a date for a debate in mind?
Mr James Jones: What does the hon. Gentleman mean by "Labour Unionists", in the light of his denial that he is a national separatist?
Mr James Jones: Is my right hon Friend aware that there is great opposition from many parents to the idea of putting on television something which the individual teacher would be reluctant to teach?
Mr James Jones: I thought before this debate opened that most of the objections to comprehensive education had been fully debated and it would be difficult to find any new point to debate this afternoon. However, after listening to the speech of the hon. Member for Finchley (Mrs. Thatcher), I find that the old ideas still remain and are retained by the Opposition. The hon. Lady gave an example to the House...