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Teacher Training (27 Jun 1977)

...Education 700 King Alfred's, Winchester 750 La Sainte Union 540 Oxford Polytechnic 400 Portsmouth Polytechnic 300 Westminster 450 West Sussex Institute of Higher Education 650 SOUTH WEST Bath College of Higher Education 750 Bristol Polytechnic 650 Dorset Institute of Higher Education 500 Gloucestershire Institute of Higher Education 600 Rolle 350 St. Luke's, Exeter (in Exeter...

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill: Clause 3 (24 Jun 1977)

Mr Alexander Eadie: ...Gray) commented on the timing of these proceedings. He will remember the story of the parishioner in Scotland who was congratulated by his kirk minister on the fact that he had a new house with a bath for the first time. He told the Minister "I am looking forward to the weekend coming, when I shall be able to have a bath." He did not realise the time was now, that he could have a bath...

Orders of the Day — Fisheries (23 Jun 1977)

...-Fowler, C. Emery, Peter Hastings, Stephen Brooke, Peter Evans, Gwyntor (Carmarthen) Havers, Rt Hon Sir Michael Brotherton, Michael Ewing, Mrs Winifred (Moray) Hay hoe, Barney Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Eyre, Reginald Henderson, Douglas Bryan, Sir Paul Fairbairn, Nicholas Hicks, Robert Buchanan-Smith, Alick Fairgrieve, Russell Hodgson, Robin Buck, Antony Fell, Anthony Holland, Philip...

Orders of the Day — European Community (Monetary Compensatory Amounts) (23 Jun 1977)

Mr Michael Jopling: ...been put graphically and persuasively by farmers, and I hope that the Parliamentary Secretary will refer to this serious difference of opinion between the Minister's statement—particularly at the Bath and West Show—and the response from farmers. We are entitled to know the Government's response to the strictures that have been put on the Minister's conclusions by farmers' leaders....

Inward Investment Board (21 Jun 1977)

...Sir Keith Roberts, Michael (Cardiff NW) Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Kershaw, Anthony Roberts, Wyn (Conway) Brooke, Peter King, Evelyn (South Dorset) Ross, Stephen (Isle of Wight) Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Kitson, Sir Timothy Rossi, Hugh (Hornsey) Buchanan-Smith, Alick Knox, David Rost, Peter (SE Derbyshire) Buck, Antony Lamont, Norman Sainsbury, Tim Butler, Adam (Bosworth) Langford-Holt,...

Schedule 2: Price Commission Bill (21 Jun 1977)

...Hutchison, Michael Clark Rifkind, Malcolm Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Irving, Charles (Cheltenham) Roberts, Michael (Cardiff NW) Brooke, Peter James, David Rossi, Hugh (Hornsey) Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Johnson Smith, G. (E Grlnstead) Rost, Peter (SE Derbyshire) Bryan, Sir Paul Jones, Arthur (Daventry) Sainsbury, Tim Buchanan-Smith, Alick Joseph, Rt Hon Sir Keith St. John-Stevas, Norman...

Orders of the Day — Housing (England and Wales) (20 Jun 1977)

Mr Wyn Roberts: ...1891 and 1918, as compared with 15 per cent. in Britain as a whole. The age of the housing stock is reflected in the lack of amenity. There is a higher proportion of houses in Wales without fixed bath or shower, indoor toilet or hot water than in England or Scotland. The social survey report on the handicapped and impaired in Great Britain showed far higher percentages in Wales without...

Orders of the Day — Armed Forces (Conditions of Service) (16 Jun 1977)

..., and the money available in the works Vote is now so reduced that men are living in bad accommodation. They are living in buildings with bunks one on top of another, and in some cases there are no baths. It was necessary to withdraw labour from families, but they were promised better household aids, and these have not been forthcoming. The Chairman of the Armed Forces Pay Review Body has...

Orders of the Day — New Towns Bill (15 Jun 1977)

Mr Eddie Loyden: ...services for a major conurbation, and now these services are becoming under-used. This is having a direct effect on the people in the area. While we do not want to throw out the baby with the bath water in relation to new towns, the Government must recognises the balance in remedying the problem of places like Merseyside and continuing with the programme of new towns.

Price Control (24 May 1977)

..., Angus Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Gray, Hamish Maxwell-Hyslop, Robin Brooke, Peter Grimond, Rt Hon J. Mayhew, Patrick Brotherton, Michael Grist, Ian Miller, Hal (Bromsgrove) Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Hail, Sir John Mills, Peter Buchanan-Smith, Alick Hamilton, Michael (Salisbury) Miscampbell, Norman Buck, Antony Hannam, John Mitchell, David (Basingstoke) Budgen, Nick Harrison, Col Sir...

Orders of the Day — Employment (Young Persons) (24 May 1977)

...Joseph Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Dodsworth, Geoffrey Goodhart, Philip Brooke, Peter Drayson, Burnaby Goodhew, Victor Brotherton, Michael du Cann, Rt Hon Edward Goodlad, Alastair Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Durant, Tony Gorst, John Bryan, Sir Paul Dykes, Hugh Gow, Ian (Eastbourne) Buchanan-Smith, Alick Eden, Rt Hon Sir John Gower, Sir Raymond (Barry) Buck, Antony Edwards, Nicholas...

Orders of the Day — Skyline Protection Bill (20 May 1977)

Mr Peter Brooke: ...to which he referred, I sense that there would be enthusiasm for stricter legislation in the area covered by the Bill. I remember a comment in the long-running serial on the conservation of Bath—that it was very difficult for laymen to know what effect new developments would have on a view in advance of the buildings being put up. That was a problem for those who were making the...

Orders of the Day — Rhyl (Area Status) (19 May 1977)

Sir Anthony Meyer: ...particular obstacle placed in its path by the Government, as it will have to surmount as best it can the Government's latest act of spiteful discrimination against it. If he seriously wants to bathe, the visitor, for this season at any rate, will have to go inland to the sports centre and pool at Rhyl High School. If he were to run into the headmaster or careers master, he would be given...

Orders of the Day — Helsinki Final Act (Belgrade Meeting) (18 May 1977)

Mr James Lamond: I lay in my bath the other morning listening to the radio and was dismayed to hear the BBC announcer refer to "the forthcoming Belgrade conference on human rights". I was not surprised because it is little wonder that even the well-informed journalists who compile the BBC news were not aware of the contents of the Helsinki Final Act. At the beginning of the exercise, we, along with the other...

Orders of the Day — Local Authorities (Restoration of Works Powers) Bill (17 May 1977)

..., Hamish Marten, Neil Brittan, Leon Grist, Ian Mates, Michael Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Grylls, Michael Mather, Carol Brooke, Peter Hamilton, Michael (Salisbury) Maude, Angus Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Hampson, Dr Keith Maudling, Rt Hon Reginald Bryan, Sir Paul Hannam, John Mawby, Ray Bulmer, Esmond Harrison, Col Sir Harwood (Eye) Maxwell-Hyslop, Robin Butler, Adam (Bosworth) Hawkins,...

Orders of the Day — Pre-Release Hostels for Prisoners Bill (13 May 1977)

Mrs Jill Knight: ...psychiatrist! I wonder if the local police force is ever given details of the men on pre-release, because they must have been aware of the lack of adequate supervision. The local police here"— at Bath, where the woman was murdered were so professional, committed and completely dedicated in trying to solve the case of Auntie Win's murder that I feel their efforts were treated...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Value-Added Tax — Threshold of Registration (12 May 1977)

Mr John Pardoe: ...up to £10,000, but people way above that, certainly up to a level of about £50,000. I am indebted for evidence of this to two studies. The first is a survey of the compliance costs of VAT for 29 Bath retailers carried out by Michael Godwin of the Centre for Fiscal Studies at Bath University, and reported by him in an article in the September 1976 issue of Accountancy. The second study...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (11 May 1977)

Mr Michael Jopling: .... Who can have told him to say that the industry was expanding at that time I cannot imagine. The Minister does not yet seem to have learned that food production cannot be turned on and off like a bath tap. The Government have been far too concerned with posturing over short-term food prices rather than concentrating on ensuring that we have the food over a longer period. The Government...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 15 (10 May 1977)

...C. Hunt, John (Bromley) Rawlinson, Rt Hon Sir Peter Brooke, Peter Hurd, Douglas Rees, Peter (Dover & Deal) Brotherton, Michael Hutchison, Michael Clark Rees-Davies, W. R. Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) James, David Renton, Rt Hon Sir D. (Hunts) Bryan, Sir Paul Jenkin, Rt Hon P. (Wanst'd & W'df'd) Renton, Tim (Mid-Sussex) Buchanan-Smith, Alick Johnson Smith, G. (E Grinstead) Rhodes...

Orders of the Day — Transport (Rural Areas) (2 May 1977)

... Bain, Mrs Margaret Brocklebank-Fowler, C. Cockcroft, John Baker, Kenneth Brooke, Peter Cooke, Robert (Bristol W) Banks, Robert Brotherton, Michael Cope, John Beith, A. J. Brown, Sir Edward (Bath) Cordle, John H. Bell, Ronald Bryan, Sir Paul Cormack, Patrick Bennett, Sir Frederic (Torbay) Buck, Antony Corrie, John Bennett, Dr Reginald (Fareham) Budgen, Nick Costain, A. P. Benyon, W....


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