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Order Paper Monday 23 June 1997

Here you can browse the House of Commons Order Paper (No. 26) for Monday 23 June 1997.


No. 26 MONDAY 23RD JUNE 1997 463
ORDER PAPER

* Indicates a Question for Oral Answer
Questions marked thus
[R] indicate that a relevant registered interest has been declared

QUESTIONS FOR ORAL ANSWER

Questions to the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department,
will start not later than 3.15 p.m.

*1 Mr Crispin Blunt (Reigate):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what is his Department's assessment of the impact of the European Social Chapter and the minimum wage on the tourist industry.
3083
*2 Mr Robin Corbett (Birmingham, Erdington):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has for encouraging the improvement of training and qualifications in the British film industry.
3084
*3 Mr Phil Woolas (Oldham East and Saddleworth):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will make a statement on the level of income earned by the tourist industry in the United Kingdom.
3085
*4 Ann Clwyd (Cynon Valley):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what actions he plans to take to promote the British film industry in the next year.
3086
*5 Ms Joan Ryan (Enfield North):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to abolish admission charges to national museums.
3087
*6 Mr Ernie Ross (Dundee West):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will make a statement on the membership and objectives of the body he has set up to investigate the future of the British film industry.
3088
*7 Mr Desmond Browne (Kilmarnock and Loudoun):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what priority he attaches to the role of museums in preserving the industrial heritage.
3089
*8 Mr Bill O'Brien (Normanton):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what representations he has received calling for changes to the operation of the National Lottery; and if he will make a statement.
3091
*9 Mrs Liz Blackman (Erewash):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what recent discussions he has had with the lottery distribution fund boards.
3093
*10 Mrs Anne McGuire (Stirling):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has for encouraging the improvement of training and qualifications in the tourist industry.
3090
*11 Mr Ian Pearson (Dudley South):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to ensure a fairer distribution of Lottery proceeds across the regions.
3094
*12 Caroline Flint (Don Valley):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to abolish admission charges to national museums.
3095
*13 Ms Barbara Follett (Stevenage):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what measures he proposes to encourage Britain's creative industries with particular reference to film.
3096
*14 Mr Barry Jones (Alyn and Deeside):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will make a statement concerning his policy on regional orchestras.
3097
*15 Dr Lynda Clark (Edinburgh Pentlands):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to increase the availability of public library services.
3098
*16 Ms Candy Atherton (Falmouth and Camborne):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to change the terms of the operation of the National Lottery.
3099
*17 Mr Stephen Timms (East Ham):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what are his Department's proposals for the millennium exhibition.
3100
*18 Mr Jim Dobbin (Heywood and Middleton):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to increase the United Kingdom income from tourism.
3101
*19 Ms Jennifer Jones (Wolverhampton South West):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has for encouraging the improvement of training and qualifications in the tourist industry.
3102
*20 Mrs Ann Keen (Brentford and Isleworth):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to enable greater access by the public to the arts.
3104
*21 Mr Richard Spring (West Suffolk):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will make it his policy to allow the National Lottery to operate overseas; and if he will make a statement.
3105
*22 Mr Calum Macdonald (Western Isles):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will review the provisions relating to the purchase of land in the national interest through the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
3106
*23 Mr Desmond Turner (Brighton, Kemptown):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to review the terms of the lottery operator's licence.
3107
*24 Dr Ashok Kumar (Middlesborough South and East Cleveland):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to assist the British film industry.
3109
*25 Mr John Wilkinson (Ruislip-Northwood):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, if he will discuss with the Secretary of State for Defence the future of the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.
3110
*26 Mrs Joan Humble (Blackpool North and Fleetwood):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what work opportunities the tourism industry will provide to the welfare-to-work programme.
3111
*27 Mr David Taylor (North West Leicestershire):    To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage, what plans he has to increase the availability of public library services.
3112

Questions to the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department,
will start not later than 3.15 p.m.

*28 Mr David Lidington (Aylesbury):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what plans he has to change arrangements for the selection and appointment of judges.
3113
*29 Mr David Hinchliffe (Wakefield):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what steps he has taken to ensure the availability of courts close to local communities.
3114
*30 Mr Hugh Bayley (City of York):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what plans he has to improve the support given by the courts to victims of crime.
3115
*31 Mr Norman Baker (Lewes):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, when he expects to bring forward proposals to make the legal system more accessible to potential users.
3117
*32 Mr Andrew Dismore (Hendon):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what plans he has to review the statutory bereavement payment of 7,500 under the Fatal Accidents Acts.
3120
*33 Mr Harry Barnes (North East Derbyshire):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what is his Department's policy concerning the recruitment of people to the legal profession from a wider variety of social backgrounds; and if he will make a statement.
3121
*34 Mr Elfyn Llwyd (Meirionnydd Nant Conwy):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what are the current rights of a non-assisted third party to challenge the issue of a Civil Aid Certificate to a party in a proceeding; and if he will make a statement.
3122
*35 Mr Geoffrey Clifton-Brown (Cotswold):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, if he will make a statement on the administration of the Crown Courts.
3123
*36 Paul Flynn (Newport West):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, what proposals he has to ensure that the magistracy is representative of political opinions and ethnic balance.
3124
*37 Mr Huw Edwards (Monmouth):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, if he will make a statement on the future of Chepstow and Monmouth court house.
3125
*38 Mr Andrew Mackinlay (Thurrock):    To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department, by what mechanism local magistrates courts committees consult (a) local authorities and (b) local honourable Members on proposals to merge benches of magistrates.
3127

AT THE COMMENCEMENT OF PUBLIC BUSINESS

Notices of Presentation of Bills

1    Mr Norman Baker
        Public Records (Amendment):    Bill to improve public access to public records, including records relating to the Sovereign and the Sovereign's family; and for related purposes.
2    Mr Andrew Mackinlay
        Police:    Bill to make provision to regulate the use of the term 'Police' and related terms; to amend the law relating to the powers of certain constables; and for connected purposes.

ORDERS OF THE DAY AND NOTICES OF MOTIONS

Those marked thus * are Government Orders of the Day

*1 LOCAL GOVERNMENT (CONTRACTS) BILL:    Second Reading.
2 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
Mrs Helen Liddell
        That the draft International Monetary Fund (Limit on Lending) Order 1997, which was laid before this House on 28th February, in the last Session of Parliament, be approved.
      To be decided forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118 (6).
3 DEFENCE
Mr Secretary Robertson
        That the draft Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Acts (Continuation) Order 1997, which was laid before this House on 21st May, be approved.
      To be decided forthwith, pursuant to Standing Order No. 118 (6).
        On the Motion for the Adjournment of the House under Standing Order No. 9 Ms Sally Keeble proposes to raise the subject of the future of building societies.

COMMITTEE
SELECT COMMITTEE
1 Modernisation of the House of Commons 6.00 p.m. Room 21 (private)
[The decision of a Committee to sit in public may be rescinded without notice.]

 
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