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Written Answers — Home Department: Toxteth (Use of CS Gas) (19 Oct 1981)

...doubt that in the circumstances which faced the police, the chief constable's decision to use CS—as a last resort—was necessary and justified. The police officers who had the responsibility of firing the CS did so in such a manner as to minimise the risk of injury occurring to members of the public as a result. All the known injuries were caused by "Ferret" CS cartridges fired from...

Written Answers — Trade: Fireworks (19 Oct 1981)

Mrs. Sally Oppenheim: On 7 October I launched, for the third year, an extensive firework safety campaign to publicise the hazards of fireworks if used carelessly or misused. Publicity material available from my Department includes a revised leaflet containing guidance to firework display organisers and a leaflet for registered retailers of fireworks. This year a poster for display in shops...

Written Answers — National Finance: Public Sector Assets (19 Oct 1981)

...published in the 1981 Public Expenditure White Paper, Cmnd. 8175 as table 4.11. Special Sales of Assets 1980舑81 Transaction £million Receipt of premiums levied on the seventh round of North Sea oil licences 210 Change in level of receipts of advance payments for oil 舒49 Sale of leases of certain motorway service areas舒sales of land and buildings 28 Property Services...

Written Answers — Energy: Windscale (19 Oct 1981)

...level. The BNFL management decided, after assessing the potential environmental effects, to restart the plant. The removeable iodine was flushed out of the dissolver and safely discharged to the sea. The plant was restarted at about 10 am on 5 October using fuel of proven long storage. Careful surveillance, including monitoring of further releases of iodine still within the plant,...

Written Answers — Transport: Seat Belts (Exemptions) (19 Oct 1981)

...of State for Transport whether, in his preparation for exemptions from wearing seat belts he will consider, in addition to milk, bread and other roundsmen, commercial travellers, doctors, midwives, fire and ambulancemen, police, post delivery van drivers and drivers of all commercial vehicles which make multiple deliveries, and those suffering from asthma, heart complaints, claustrophobia...

Written Answers — Social Services: Pharmacists Review Panel (20 Oct 1981)

Dr. Vaughan: The membership of the Pharmacists Review Panel is now complete and consists of Mr. Edward Gibbons, solicitor, as chairman, with, as members, Mr. G. Carter, an accountant, Miss P. L. Cook, an economist, 102 Mr. J. G. Grindle, representing retail trade experience and Professor G. F. Thomason, an expert in industrial relations. The panel will shortly be asked to consider references...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Consular Officers (Legal Advice) (20 Oct 1981)

Mr. Luce: Consular officers are not qualified to give legal advice; it is in any event no part of the function of Government to do so. However, posts are normally able to provide a list of lawyers practising locally who will, of course, be familiar with local law and procedures.

Written Answers — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Council of Agriculture Ministers (Meeting) (20 Oct 1981)

animal feed and 19,532 tonnes returned to the soil or otherwise destroyed;Fish—41,053 tonnes sold for use in fishmeal, 693 tonnes sold for pet food and 1,298 tonnes returned to the sea.

Written Answers — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Fish (Marketing) (21 Oct 1981)

Mr. Buchanan-Smith: Powers for promoting fish consumption have been given to the Sea Fish Industry Authority whose members are well aware of the importance which the Government attach to identifying ways of improving marketing in this sector.

Written Answers — Scotland: Fish Processing Industry (21 Oct 1981)

Mr. Younger: The fish processing industry is eligible for the same investment assistance as is available to manufacturing industry generally. It may also receive loans on its investment from the Sea Fish Industry Authority and, in certain cicumstances, grants from the European Community. I am considering the cases for special and additional assistance submitted by the Aberdeen Fish Merchants...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Law of the Sea Convention (22 Oct 1981)

Mr. Skeet asked the Lord Privy Seal what is the status of the projected convention on the law of the sea; and whether there is any likelihood of the terms and provisions becoming generally acceptable in 1982.

Written Answers — Home Department: Police and Fire Services (Pay) (22 Oct 1981)

...for April of each the last three years, together with an assessment of the annual value of other allowances in each of those years; and if he will give the comparable figures for each grade of the Fire Service.

Written Answers — Defence: Sea Dart (22 Oct 1981)

Mr. Greville Janner asked the Secretary of State for Defence when he expects to decide whether or not to place orders for the 805 SD modified version of Sea Dart area air defence guided weapon system.

Written Answers — Defence: Sea Wolf (22 Oct 1981)

Mr. Greville Janner asked the Secretary of State for Defence when he expects to make a decision regarding the placement of orders for the proposed 805 SW Sea Wolf point defence guided weapon system, to be fitted on Type 22 and Type 23 frigates.

Written Answers — Defence: Sea Wolf VM40 (26 Oct 1981)

Sir Patrick Wall asked the Secretary of State for Defence what progress is being made with the development of the Sea Wolf VM40; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Energy: Participation Agreements (26 Oct 1981)

Mr. Skeet asked the Secretary of State for Energy how many participation agreements have been negotiated between companies operating in the North Sea and his Department.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Industrial Incentives (26 Oct 1981)

...Industry Support Programme provides for assistance of up to 25 per cent. of eligible project costs which may include research and development, buildings, and machinery and plant. The coal fired boiler scheme also provides grants at up to 25 per cent. of eligible project costs.

Written Answers — Industry: Coal Burning Conversions (26 Oct 1981)

Mr. MacGregor: A total of 47 applications for grant have been made under the coal fired boiler scheme. Twenty offers have so far been made for grant totalling over £750,000. The scope and coverage of the scheme will be reviewed in the next few weeks.

Written Answers — Energy: British Gas Corporation (Assets) (27 Oct 1981)

Mr. Skeet asked the Secretary of State for Energy what he assesses to be the total value of the assets of the British Gas Corporation scheduled for sale; what is the oil interest in the North Sea and of the British National Oil Corporation in its upstream business operations; and what is the expected contribution to the public sector borrowing requirement.

Written Answers — Scotland: Fish Marketing (27 Oct 1981)

Mr. Younger: The Government do not have a direct role to play in the marketing of fish. The Sea Fish Industry Authority has a statutory duty to promote the efficiency of the sea fish industry as a whole and a power to promote the marketing and consumption of sea fish. I am confident that the new authority will be paying particular attention to marketing in the next few months.

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