INDEX

INDEX
STANDING COMMITTEES

SESSION 1974

FIRST SCOTTISH STANDING COMMITTEE

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EDUCATION (MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN) (SCOTLAND) BILL 1
HOUSING (SCOTLAND) BILL 3
LAND TENURE REFORM (SCOTLAND) BILL [Lords] 9

SCOTTISH GRAND COMMITTEE

HOUSING (SCOTLAND) BILL [Consideration of Principle] 11
LAND TENURE REFORM (SCOTLAND) BILL [Lords] [Consideration of Principle] 13
SCOTTISH ESTIMATES 15

WELSH GRAND COMMITTEE

HOUSING IN WALES 17
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS IN WALES 19

STANDING COMMITTEE ON

STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS 21

EDUCATION (MENTALLY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN) (SCOTLAND) BILL:

First Scottish Standing Committee

B

Bill:

As amended, to be reported, 21.

C

Chairman:

Thanks to, 21.

Clause 1:

(Mentally handicapped children) 3–20.

Amendments, 3–4.

Agreed to, 3, 4.

Question that Clause, as amended, stand part of the Bill, 4–20; Agreed to, 20.

Clause 2:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 20.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 21–2.

Sittings, 3.

E

Ewing, Mr. Harry:

Mentally handicapped children, 8–9.

G

Gray, Mr. Hamish:

Chairman, thanks to, 21.

Mentally handicapped children, 3–8, 19–20.

Amendments, 3, 4.

Agreed to, 3, 4.

H

Hughes, Mr. Robert, Under-Secretary of State for Scotland:

Mentally handicapped children, 15–19.

Hunter, Mr. Adam:

Mentally handicapped children, 15.

M

MacArthur, Mr. Ian:

Mentally handicapped children, 9–11.

Monro, Mr. Hector:

Mentally handicapped children, 11–15.

S

Schedule:

Agreed to, 21.

HOUSING (SCOTLAND) BILL

First Scottish Standing Committee

A

Ancram, Mr. Michael:

Amount of improvement grant, 15–16.

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repairs grant in such area; and amount thereof, 34, 35, 37–8, 40.

Amendment, 37.

Withdrawn, 40.

Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(a), 108–9, 111.

Amendment, 108.

Withdrawn, 111.

Committee composition, 6.

Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof, 19, 20–1.

Declaration of housing action areas for demolition, 56–7, 59.

Amendment, 56.

Withdrawn, 59.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 43, 45–6, 52–3.

Amendments, 43, 45.

Negatived, 46.

Withdrawn, 53.

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 95–7, 103–4.

Amendment, 95.

Withdrawn, 104.

Provisions supplementary to Sections 15, 16 or 17, 64, 65–6, 72, 73–4, 75–6.

Amendment, 64.

Negatived, 76.

B

Bill:

As amended, to be reported, 131.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Amendments:

Adequate notice to be given, 8.

Discussing of together, 14, 26, 36, 64–5, 95, 96, 108, 129.

Chairman has no power to adjourn the Committee or to compel any member of any party to serve on the Committee, 7.

Member, Members:

Must address himself to the Amendment, 77.

Who has been selected to serve on a Committee cannot be compelled to serve on it, 6.

Question whether the Committee gets publicity is not a matter for the Chair, 6.

The selection of Members to serve on a Standing Committee is entirely in the hands of the Committee of Selection, 6.

Thanks to, 131–4.

Clause 1:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 8.

Clause 2:

(General provisions relating to improvement grants): 8–10.

Amendment, 8–10.

Withdrawn, 10.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 10.

Clause 3:

(Conditions for approval of applications for improvement grant other than applications relating exclusively to provision of standard amenities): 11–13.

Amendment, 11–13.

Withdrawn, 13.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 13.

Clause 4:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 13.

Clause 5:

(Amount of improvement grant): 13–16.

Amendments, 13–16.

Agreed to, 16.

Made, 16.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 16.

Clause 6:

(Payment of improvement grant): 16–18.

Amendment, 16–18.

Withdrawn, 18.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 18.

Clauses 7 and 8:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 18.

Clause 9:

(Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof): 18–25.

Amendment, 18–25.

Negatived, 25.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 25.

Clause 10:

(Voluntary repayment of improvement grants): 25–9.

Amendment, 25–9.

Agreed to, 29.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 29.

Clause 11:

(Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such areas; and amount thereof): 29–40.

Amendments, 29–40.

Agreed to, 31, 37.

Made, 37.

Negatived, 36.

Withdrawn, 30, 40.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 40.

Clause 12:

(Exchequer contributions towards improvement or repairs grant): 40.

Amendment, 40.

Agreed to, 40.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 40.

Clause 13:

(General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard): 43–55.

Amendments, 43–55.

Negatived, 46.

Withdrawn, 53, 55.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 55.

Clause 14:

(Definition of house meeting tolerable standard): 55–6.

Amendment, 55.

Agreed to, 55.

Question that Clause, as amended, stand part of the Bill, 55–6; Agreed to, 56.

Clause 15:

(Declaration of housing action areas for demolition): 56–60.

Amendments, 56–60.

Withdrawn, 59, 60.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 60.

Clause 16:

(Declaration of housing action areas for improvement): 61–3.

Amendments, 61–3.

Agreed to, 63.

Made, 63.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 63.

Clause 17:

(Declaration of housing action areas for demolition and improvement): 63.

Amendment, 63.

Made, 63.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 63.

Clause 18:

(Provisions supplementary to sections 15, 16 or 17): 64–76.

Amendments, 64–76.

Agreed to, 64.

Negatived, 76.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 76.

Clause 19:

(Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information): 75–83.

Amendments, 75–83.

Agreed to, 79, 83.

Withdrawn, 83.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 83.

Clause 20:

(Procedure to be followed after publication and service of notice of draft resolution): 83–4.

Amendment, 83–4.

Agreed to, 84.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 84.

Clauses 21 and 22:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 84.

Clause 23:

(Local Authority may acquire land surrounded by or adjoining housing action areas): 84–8.

Amendment, 84–8.

Negatived, 87.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 88.

Clause 24:

(Duty of Local Authorities to offer loans to meet expenses of improvement): 87–8.

Amendment, 87.

Agreed to, 87.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 88.

Clause 25:

(Reviver of sections 80 and 87 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1966, with amendments thereto and with consequential amendments to the schedule to the Crofters Holdings (Scotland) Act 1886, and to schedule 5 to the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1955): 89.

Amendments, 89.

Made, 89.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 89.

Clause 26:

(Provisions regarding acquisition of land by Local Authority): 89–93.

Amendment, 89–93.

Withdrawn, 93.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 93.

Clauses 27 and 28:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 93.

Clause 29:

(Compensation in respect of land acquired compulsorily): 93–5.

Amendment, 93–5.

Withdrawn, 95.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 95.

Clauses 30 to 32:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 95.

Clause 33:

(Extinction of rights of way, servitudes, etc.): 95.

Amendment, 95.

Agreed to, 95.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 95.

Clause 34:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 95.

Clause 35:

(Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area): 95–108.

Amendments, 95–108.

Made, 104.

Withdrawn, 104, 108.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 108.

Clause 36:

(Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(a): 108–11.

Amendment, 108–11.

Withdrawn, 111.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 111.

Clause 37:

(Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(c): 111–12.

Amendments, 111–12.

Made, 111.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 112.

Clauses 38 to 44:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 112.

Clause 45:

(Rent income subsidy): 112–20.

Amendment, 112–19.

Negatived, 119.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 119.

Clause 48:

(Interpretation): 119–21.

Amendments, 119–21.

Agreed to, 121.

Made, 121.

Clause, as amended, ordered to stand part of the Bill, 121.

Clauses 49 and 50:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 121.

Clauses, New, No. 1:

(Implementation of housing action area resolutions): 121–3.

Brought up and 1R*, 121; 2R Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn, 121–3.

Clauses, New, No. 3:

(Obligations of Local Authority in relation to rehousing): 123–4.

Brought up and 1R*, 123; 2R Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn, 123–4.

Clauses, New, No. 4:

(Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers):

Brought up and 1R*, 125; 2R negatived, 125–9.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2, 3–7.

Members attending, 41–2, 87–8, 133–4.

Sittings, 8.

Cook, Mr. Robin F.:

Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers, 2R Motion, 125–6, 127, 129.

Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(a), 109.

Declaration of housing action areas for demolition, 57.

Declaration of housing action areas for improvement, 61–2.

Amendment, 61.

Agreed to, 63.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 78.

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 99–101, 102, 104, 106, 107.

Amendment, 104.

Withdrawn, 108.

Provisions regarding acquisition of land by Local Authority, 89–90, 92–3.

Amendment, 89.

Withdrawn, 93.

Corrie, Mr. John:

Provisions supplementary to sections 15, 16 or 17, 71.

D

Divisions:

Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof, 25–6.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 45–6.

Local Authority may acquire land surrounded by or adjoining housing action area, 87–8.

Provisions supplementary to sections 15, 16 or 17, 75–6.

Rent income subsidy, 119–20.

F

Fairgrieve, Mr. Russell:

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such areas; and amount thereof, 31, 32, 35–6.

Amendment, 31.

Negatived, 36.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 75.

Amendment, 75.

Agreed to, 79.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 53, 55.

Amendment, 53.

Withdrawn, 55.

Procedure to be followed after publication and service of notice of draft resolution, 83.

Amendment, 83.

Agreed to, 84.

G

Gray, Mr. Hamish:

Committee composition, 7.

Exchequer contributions towards improvement or repairs grant, 41.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 80–1.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 47, 48.

H

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such areas; and amount thereof, 34, 36.

Compensation in respect of land acquired compulsorily, 93, 94, 95.

Amendment, 93.

Withdrawn, 95.

Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof, 19, 24.

Definition of house meeting tolerable standard, 55, 56.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 81–2.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 52, 53–4.

Implementation of housing action area resolutions, 2R Motion, 121–2, 123.

Local Authority may acquire land surrounded by or adjoining housing action areas, 84–5, 86.

Amendment, 84.

Negatived, 87.

Payment of improvement grant, 16–17, 18.

Amendment, 16.

Withdrawn, 18.

Rent income subsidy, 112, 117.

Amendment, 112.

Negatived, 119.

Hutchison, Mr. Michael Clark:

Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers, 129.

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such area; and amount thereof, 30, 33–4, 36.

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 106.

L

Lambie, Dr. David:

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 47, 48.

M

Millan, Mr. Bruce, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers, 128–9.

Adjournment Motion, 40, 88.

Amount of improvement grant, 13–15, 16.

Amendments, 13, 16.

Agreed to, 16.

Made, 16.

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such areas; and amount thereof, 29–32, 33, 34, 35, 36–7, 38–40.

Amendments, 30, 36, 37.

Agreed to, 31, 37.

Made, 37.

Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(a), 109–11.

Application to sheriff for possession where house is identified in accordance with section 18(4)(c), 111.

Amendments, 111.

Made, 111.

Chairman, thanks to, 131.

Compensation in respect of land acquired compulsorily, 94, 95.

Conditions for approval of applications for improvement grant other than applications relating exclusively to provision of standard amenities, 12–13.

Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof, 19–20, 21, 22–3, 24–6.

Consequences of breach of conditions under section 9, 129.

Amendments, 129.

Made, 129.

Declaration of housing action areas for demolition, 57–8, 60.

Declaration of housing action areas for demolition and improvement, 63.

Amendment, 63.

Made, 63.

Declaration of housing action areas for improvement, 62, 63.

Amendment, 63.

Made, 63.

Definition of house meeting tolerable standard, 55–6.

Amendment, 55.

Agreed to, 55.

Duty of Local Authorities to offer loans to meet expenses of improvement, 87.

Amendment, 87.

Agreed to, 87.

Enactments repealed, 132.

Amendments, 132.

Made, 132.

Exchequer contributions towards improvement or repairs grant, 40, 42.

Amendment, 40.

Agreed to, 40.

Extinction of rights of way, servitudes, etc., 95.

Amendment, 95.

Agreed to, 95.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 75–6, 78–9, 82, 83.

Amendment, 83.

Agreed to, 83.

General provisions relating to improvement grants, 9–10.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 44–6, 50–2, 54.

Implementation of housing action area resolutions, 122–3.

Interpretation, 119–21.

Amendments, 119, 121.

Agreed to, 121.

Made, 121.

Local Authority may acquire land surrounded by or adjoining housing action areas, 85–8.

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 101–3, 105, 107.

Amendment, 104.

Made, 104.

Minor and consequential amendments, 130.

Amendments, 130.

Made, 130.

Obligations of Local Authority in relation to rehousing, 123–4.

Payment of improvement grant, 17.

Procedure to be followed after publication and service of notice of draft resolution, 83–4.

Provisions regarding acquisition of land by Local Authority, 91–2.

Provisions supplementary to sections 15, 16 or 17, 64, 68–70, 72, 74.

Amendment, 64.

Agreed to, 64.

Rent income subsidy, 113–14, 117–20.

Reviver of sections 80 and 87 of The Housing (Scotland) Act 1966, with amendments thereto and with consequential amendments to the schedule to the Crofters Holdings (Scotland) Act 1886, and to schedule 5 to the Crofters (Scotland) Act 1955, 89.

Amendments, 89.

Made, 89.

Transitional provisions and savings, 131.

Amendments, 131.

Made, 131.

Voluntary repayment of improvement grants, 25, 26–9.

Amendment, 25.

Agreed to, 29.

R

Rifkind, Mr. Malcolm:

Rent income subsidy, 114–15, 118.

S

Schedule 1:

Agreed to, 129.

Schedule 2:

(Consequences of breach of conditions under section 9): 129–30.

Amendments, 129–30.

Made, 129.

Schedule, as amended, agreed to, 130.

Schedule 3:

(Minor and consequential amendments): 130–1.

Amendments, 130–1.

Made, 130.

Schedule, as amended, agreed to, 131.

Schedule 4:

(Transitional provisions and savings): 131–2.

Amendments, 131–2.

Made, 131.

Schedule 4, as amended, agreed to, 132.

Schedule 5:

(Enactments repealed): 132.

Amendments, 132.

Made, 132.

Schedule, as amended, agreed to, 131.

Selby, Mr. Harry:

Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers, 127.

Provisions supplementary to sections 15, 16 or 17, 75.

Smith, Mr. John:

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 105.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

Acquisition of property by Local Authorities; additional powers, 126–8, 129.

Adjournment Motion, 88.

Amount of improvement grant, 15.

Application of this part of this Act to houses situated in a housing action area and power of Local Authority to give repair grant in such areas; and amount thereof, 29, 30, 32–3, 39.

Amendment, 29.

Withdrawn, 30.

Chairman, thanks to, 131–4.

Compensation in respect of land acquired compulsorily, 93–4, 95.

Committee composition, 3–6, 7.

Conditions for approval of applications for improvement grant other than applications relating exclusively to provision of standard amenities, 11–12, 13.

Amendment, 11.

Withdrawn, 13.

Conditions to be observed with respect to houses in respect of which an improvement grant has been made, and registration thereof, 18–19, 21–2, 23–4, 25.

Amendment, 18.

Negatived, 25.

Declaration of housing action areas for demolition, 57, 59, 60.

Amendment, 59.

Withdrawn, 60.

Declaration of housing action areas for improvement, 62–3.

Exchequer contributions towards improvement or repairs grant, 41.

Functions of Secretary of State, and duty of Local Authority to publish information, 76–8, 79–80, 82–3.

Amendment, 79.

Withdrawn, 83.

General duty of Local Authority in respect of houses not meeting tolerable standard, 43–4, 48–50, 54–5.

General provisions relating to improvement grants, 8–9, 10.

Amendment, 8.

Withdrawn, 10.

Local Authority may acquire land surrounded by or adjoining housing action areas, 86.

Local Authority may control occupation of houses in housing action area, 97–9, 101, 105–6, 107.

Obligations of Local Authority in relation to rehousing, 2R Motion, 23, 124.

Payment of improvement grant, 17–18.

Procedure to be followed after publication and service of notice of draft resolution, 84.

Provisions regarding acquisition of land by Local Authority, 90–1.

Provisions supplementary to sections, 15, 16 or 17, 66–8, 70–1, 72, 74.

Rent income subsidy, 115–17.

Voluntary repayment of improvement grants, 28.

LAND TENURE REFORM (SCOTLAND) BILL [H.L.]

First Scottish Standing Committee

A

Ancram, Mr. Michael:

Prohibition of new feuduties, 6–7.

Amendment, 6.

Withdrawn, 13.

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual, etc., on a term day, 21–2, 27–9, 30, 31–2, 37–8.

Amendment, 21.

Withdrawn, 30.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 44.

B

Bill:

To be reported, without amendment, 58.

Buchanan-Smith, Mr. Alick:

Chairman, thanks to, 58.

Obligation to inform proprietors, 56–7.

Prohibition of new feuduties, 5–6, 10, 11.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 47–8, 51.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Amendments, discussing of together, 14, 21, 42.

Thanks to, 58–9.

Clause 1:

(Prohibition of new feuduties): 1–13.

Amendments, 1–13.

Withdrawn, 6, 13.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 13.

Clause 2:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 13.

Clause 3:

(Charters of Novadamus, etc.): 13–20.

Amendments, 13–20.

Withdrawn, 16, 20.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 20.

Clause 4:

(Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual, etc. on a term day): 21–38.

Amendments, 21–38.

Withdrawn, 30, 38.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 38.

Clause 5:

(Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual, etc. on transfer of land for valuable consideration): 38–40.

Question that Clause stand part of the Bill, 38–40; Agreed to, 40.

Clause 6:

(Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual, etc. on acquisition of land by authority possessing compulsory purchasing powers): 40–2.

Amendment, 40–2.

Withdrawn, 42.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 42.

Clause 7:

(Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I): 42–51.

Amendment, 42–51.

Withdrawn, 51.

Clause ordered to stand part of the Bill, 51.

Clauses 8 to 24:

Ordered to stand part of the Bill, 51.

Clauses, New No. 1:

(Obligation to inform proprietors): 52–8.

Brought up and 1R*, 52; 2R Motion and Clause, by leave, withdrawn, 52–8.

Committee:

Composition, i-ii.

Members attending, 59–60.

Sittings, 1.

Craigen, Mr. J. M.:

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 30, 31, 37, 38.

Amendment, 30.

Withdrawn, 38.

E

Ewing, Mrs. Winifred:

Charters of Novadamus etc., 16.

Obligation to inform proprietors, 55–6.

Prohibition of new feuduties, 4–5, 9–10.

Right to redeem fueduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 26–7, 32–3.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 48–9.

G

Gourlay, Mr. Harry:

Obligation to inform proprietors, 57.

Prohibition of new feuduties, 1–3, 6.

Amendment, 1.

Withdrawn, 6.

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 27, 32.

H

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 27, 33–4.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 49, 50.

M

Murray, Mr. Ronald King, Lord Advocate:

Chairman, thanks to, 58–9.

Charters of Novadamus etc., 14–16, 17–19, 20.

Obligation to inform proprietors, 53–5, 57–8.

Prohibition of new feuduties, 3–4, 6, 7–9, 10–13.

Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual etc. on transfer of land for valuable consideration, 39–40.

Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual etc. on acquisition of land by authority possessing compulsory purchasing powers, 41–2.

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 23–6, 29–30, 34–7, 38.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 44–7, 49, 50–1.

R

Rifkind, Mr. Malcolm:

Charters of Novadamus etc., 13, 14, 16–17, 19–20.

Amendments, 13, 16.

Withdrawn, 16, 20.

Obligation to inform proprietors, 2R Motion, 52–3, 58.

Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual etc. on transfer of land for valuable consideration, 38–9.

Redemption by law of feuduty, ground annual, etc. on acquisition of land by authority possessing compulsory purchasing powers, 40–1, 42.

Amendment, 40.

Withdrawn, 42.

Right to redeem feuduty, ground annual etc. on a term day, 22–3, 30.

Transitional and supplementary provisions relative to Part I, 42–4, 51.

Amendment, 42.

Withdrawn, 51.

S

Schedules 1 to 7:

Agreed to, 58.

HOUSING (SCOTLAND) BILL

Consideration of Principle

Scottish Grand Committee

A

Ancram, Mr. Michael:

38–41, 99.

B

Brown, Mr. Hugh D.:

6, 90.

Bruce-Gardyne, Mr. J.:

39.

Buchanan, Mr. Richard:

84–7.

Buchanan-Smith, Mr. Alick:

14–15, 16, 17–19, 92.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Chair cannot compel the attendance of any hon. Member, 6.

Chairman cannot interfere with the decisions of the Committee of Selection, 5–6.

Member, Members:

To put one point of order at a time, 5.

There is no limit placed upon the length of speeches, 25.

Committee:

Composition, 1–4.

Members attending, 53–4, 105–6.

Sittings, 5.

Cook, Mr. Robin F.:

62–5, 100–1.

D

Dalyell, Mr. Tam:

67, 80.

Doig, Mr. Peter:

28–32, 59.

F

Fairgrieve, Mr. Russell:

77.

G

Galbraith, Mr. T. G. D.:

16–17, 80, 81.

Gourlay, Mr. Harry:

47–9.

H

Hamilton, Mr. William:

6, 92.

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

20–4, 43–7, 81, 102, 103.

Hutchison, Mr. Michael Clark:

68.

L

Lambie, Mr. David:

50, 58, 70–7, 82.

Lawson, Mr. George:

11–12.

M

McElhone, Mr. Frank:

19, 41–2, 60, 92–3.

Millan, Mr. Bruce, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

15, 27–8, 98–100, 101–4.

R

Reid, Mr. George:

32–6.

Rifkind, Mr. Malcolm:

65–70.

Robertson, Mr. John:

74, 80–2, 83–4.

Ross, Rt. Hon. William, Secretary of State for Scotland:

6–11, 12–14, 17.

S

Selby, Mr. Harry:

36–8.

Smith, Mr. John:

90.

Steel, Mr. David:

25–7, 28.

Stewart, Mr. Donald:

77–80.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

5, 19, 20, 32, 42, 83, 90–2, 93–8.

W

White, Mr. James:

41, 42–3.

W

Wilson, Mr. Gordon:

5, 24–5, 87, 88–90, 91.

Y

Younger, Mr. George:

49–52, 55–62, 73, 76.

LAND TENURE REFORM (SCOTLAND) BILL [H.L.]:

Consideration of Principle

Scottish Grand Committee

A

Ancram, Mr. Michael:

24–5, 47.

B

Buchanan-Smith, Mr. Alick:

6–13, 17.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Member, Members:

Going beyond the Measure under discussion, 40.

Committee:

Composition, i-ii.

Members attending, 53–4.

Sittings, 1.

D

Doig, Mr. Peter:

13–16, 50.

E

Ewing, Mr. Harry:

25–8, 29, 32, 39.

G

Galbraith, Mr. T. G. D.:

5.

Gourlay, Mr. Harry:

52.

Grimond, Mr. J.:

37.

H

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

33–5, 37, 45.

Henderson, Mr. Douglas:

35–6, 37.

J

Johnston, Mr. Russell:

12, 16–19, 49.

M

Murray, Mr. Ronald King, Lord Advocate:

7, 44–50, 51–4.

R

Report:

That the Committee have considered the Land Tenure Reform (Scotland) Bill [H.L.], relating to the principle of the Bill, 1–54.

Rifkind, Mr. Malcolm:

28–33.

Ross, Mr. William, Secretary of State for Scotland:

1–4, 5–6, 11, 19.

S

Sillars, Mr. James:

12.

Small, Mr. William:

19–22.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

3, 19, 37–44.

W

Wilson, Mr. Gordon:

22–4, 25.

SCOTTISH ESTIMATES

Scottish Grand Committee

A

Agriculture:

161–214.

Ancram, Mr. Michael:

Agriculture, 161–8, 172, 187.

B

Baxter, Mr. William:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 55, 60, 86–8, 89–90.

Brown, Mr. Hugh D.:

Agriculture, 168–76, 209–13.

Chairman, thanks to, 214.

Rates, 154–8, 159–60.

Bruce-Gardyne, Mr. J.:

Electricity prices, 8–9, 13, 32–5.

Rates, 117–18, 135–7.

Buchanan-Smith, Mr. Alick:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 53–63, 103.

C

Campbell, Mr. Ian:

Agriculture, 199–201.

Rates, 113.

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Choice of subject for debate has nothing to do with the Chair, 7.

Every member of the Scottish Grand Committee has a duty to attend, 95.

Member, Members:

Is raising a matter which has nothing to do with the subject, 139.

Should declare his interest when he refers to St. Mirren, 26.

To try to make their speeches as brief as possible, 78.

To withdraw statement, 82.

Thanks to, 214.

Committee:

Composition, i-iv.

Members attending, 51–2, 107–8, 159–60, 215–16.

Sittings, 1.

Corrie, Mr. John:

Agriculture, 176–80.

Electricity prices, 14, 27–8.

D

Dalyell, Mr. Tam:

Agriculture, 180–3, 212.

Electricity prices, 19, 35–7.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 62, 75, 76.

Doig, Mr. Peter:

Electricity prices, 20–1, 45.

Rates, 137–40, 141.

E

Electricity Prices:

1–52.

Ewing, Mr. Harry:

Agriculture, 166.

Rates, 113, 127, 128–30.

Ewing, Mrs. Winifred:

Rates, 134, 140–5, 155.

F

Fairgrieve, Mr. Russell:

Agriculture, 198–9.

Electricity prices, 1–4, 11, 25, 31.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 88.

G

Galbraith, Mr. T. G. D.:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 55, 82, 83–6.

Gilmour, Sir John:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 75.

Rates, 124–7, 130.

Gourlay, Mr. Harry:

Electricity prices, 42.

Gray, Mr. Hamish:

Agriculture, 168.

Electricity prices, 38–9.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 94.

Grimond, Mr. J.:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 71–5, 76–8.

H

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

Electricity prices, 16.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 82.

Rates, 109–12, 113, 114–16, 121, 127–8.

J

Johnston, Mr. Russell:

Rates, 112, 131–3.

L

Lambie, Mr. David:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 71, 78–82, 83.

Lawson, Mr. George:

Agriculture, 207, 208–9, 213.

Electricity prices, 28–30, 31–2.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 66, 75, 104–5.

Rates, 112, 114, 145–7, 149, 158.

M

MacArthur, Mr. Ian:

Electricity prices, 6, 16, 30–1, 39–47.

McElhone, Mr. Frank:

Agriculture, 174, 194–8, 207.

Millan, Mr. Bruce, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

Electricity prices, 4–8, 9–13, 14, 15, 36, 38, 48–52.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 63–71, 77, 93, 95, 100–4, 105–6.

Rates, 116–17, 118–24.

Monro, Mr. Hector:

Agriculture, 186, 187, 201–7, 208.

Chairman, thanks to, 214.

Rates, 112.

P

Planning Procedures and North Sea Oil:

53–106.

R

Rates:

109–60.

Ritkind, Mr. Malcolm:

Rates, 147–8, 157, 158.

Robertson, Mr. John:

Electricity prices, 7, 24–7, 34.

S

Selby, Mr. Harry:

Electricity prices, 16, 17.

Sillars, Mr. James:

Agriculture, 186–91, 202.

Small, Mr. William:

Rates, 133–5.

Sproat, Mr. Iain:

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 95–100.

Steel, Mr. David:

Agriculture, 191–4, 210.

Electricity prices, 7.

Stewart, Mr. Donald:

Electricity prices, 14–16, 28, 50.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 89, 95.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

Agriculture, 174, 210, 211.

Electricity prices, 6, 7, 17–20, 21–4.

Planning procedures and North Sea oil, 79.

Rates, 120, 148–54, 158.

W

Watt, Mr. Hamish:

Agriculture, 183–6.

Wilson, Mr. Gordon:

Planning, 90–4.

HOUSING IN WALES

Welsh Grand Committee

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Hoped that hon. Members will have due regard to length of speeches, 27.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 53–4, 99–100.

Sittings, 3.

E

Edwards, Mr. Nicholas:

47–52.

Ellis, Mr. Tom:

9, 81–4.

Evans, Mr. Ioan:

55–60.

G

Gower, Sir Raymond:

9, 38, 84–90.

Grist, Mr. Ian:

78–81.

H

Hooson, Mr. Emlyn:

32.

Howells, Mr. Geraint:

39–40.

Hughes, Rt. Hon. Cledwyn:

5.

Hughes, Mr. Roy:

7, 27–31.

J

Jones, Mr. Alec:

12, 16, 22, 65–73, 93.

K

Kinnock, Mr. Neil:

10, 17–18, 40–7, 87, 88.

M

Meyer, Sir Anthony:

31–4, 37.

Morgan, Mr. Geraint:

60–3, 64–5.

Morris, Rt. Hon. John, Secretary of State for Wales:

3–9, 10–14, 19, 20, 22, 62.

R

Report:

That the Committee have considered the matter of Housing in Wales, 98.

Roberts, Mr. Wyn:

14–17, 18–23, 24–7, 71, 90, 92–3, 94.

Roderick, Mr. Caerwyn E.:

34–6, 37–9.

Rowlands, Mr. Ted, Under-Secretary of State, Welsh Office:

23, 24, 38, 88, 90–2, 93–8.

T

Thomas, Mr. D. E.:

16, 36–7, 49, 73–8.

W

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

98.

AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS IN WALES

Welsh Grand Committee

B

Buchan, Mr. Norman, Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

13, 54–9.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Committee can meet only with the permission of the House, 60.

Member, Members:

To observe brevity in their remarks, 17.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 59–60.

D

Divisions:

59–60.

E

Edwards, Mr. Nicholas:

30–5.

H

Howells, Mr. Geraint:

27, 35–8.

Hughes, Rt. Hon. Cledwyn:

17–22.

Hughes, Mr. Roy:

8.

J

Jones, Mr. Alec:

26.

Jones, Mr. Gwynoro:

26–30, 42, 50.

K

Kinnock, Mr. Neil:

25, 55, 59, 60.

M

Meyer, Sir Anthony:

6, 22–5, 26.

Morgan, Mr. Geraint:

46–53.

Morris, Rt. Hon. John, Secretary of State for Wales:

3–6, 7–10, 14.

R

Report:

That the Committee have considered the matter of Agriculture and Rural Affairs in Wales, 59–60.

Roderick, Mr. Caerwyn E.:

42–5.

T

Thomas, Mr. D. E.:

38–42.

Thomas, Rt. Hon. Peter:

10–13, 14–17.

W

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

8, 59, 60.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS A

Awdry, Mr. Daniel:

Draft Carriage by Railway (Revision of Conventions) Order 1974, 5–6.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 5–6.

D

Draft Carriage by Railway (Revision of Conventions) Order 1974:

Resolved that the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 6.

K

Kaufman, Mr. Gerald, Under-Secretary of State for the Environment:

Draft Carriage by Railway (Revision of Conventions) Order 1974, Motion, 3–5.

R

Resolved:

That the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 6.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS B

Bruce-Gardyne, Mr. J.:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, 7–8, 13, 19–23, 24.

C

Campbell, Mr. Ian:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, 11, 17–19.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 31–2.

D

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974:

Resolved that the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 32.

F

Fairgrieve, Mr. Russell:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, 17, 25.

L

Lawson, Mr. George:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, 13–17.

M

Millan, Mr. Bruce, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, Motion, 3–7, 23–31.

R

Resolved:

That the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 32.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

Draft Electricity (Borrowing Powers) (Scotland) Order 1974, 8–13, 26.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Cant, Mr. R. B.:

10–11.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 15–16.

H

Hart, Mrs. Judith, Minister of Overseas Development:

3–8, 12–14.

I

International Development Association (Fourth Replenishment: Interim Payments) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–14.

International Development Association (Fourth Replenishment) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–14.

M

Marshall, Mr. Michael:

11–12.

W

Wood, Mr. Richard:

8–10.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS B

Bell, Mr. Ronald:

21, 22, 31–2, 34.

Blaker, Mr. Peter:

6–11, 15, 16.

C

Callaghan, Mr. Jim:

32–3.

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Any hon. Member of the House is entitled to attend the proceedings of Committees and speak, but not to vote, 11–12.

It is customary to know the Chairman's name, 11.

It is intolerable that the hon. Member should question the impartiality of the Chair, 12.

It is no function of the Chair to provide papers, 16.

Member, Members:

To address himself to the Question before the Committee, 12, 17, 18, 19–20, 24, 27, 28–9.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 35–6.

D

Divisions:

35–6.

Dykes, Mr. Hugh:

13, 14, 22, 23, 33–4.

E

European Communities (Definition of Treaties) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–36.

H

Hattersley, Mr. Roy, Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs:

3–5, 16, 21, 24–5, 34–6.

S

Skinner, Mr. Dennis:

11–17, 18, 19, 22–4, 25–8, 29–31.

Spicer, Mr. Jim:

31.

T

Tuck, Mr. Raphael:

20, 33.

W

Woodall, Mr. Alec:

24.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS A

Archer, Mr. Peter, Solicitor-General:

3–4, 7–9, 10.

C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Statutory Instruments, discussing of together, 3.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 3–10.

L

Lawson, Mr. George:

6–7.

Legal Advice and Assistance (Financial Conditions) Regulations 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–10.

Legal Advice and Assistance (Scotland) (Financial Conditions) Regulations 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–10.

Legal Aid (Financial Conditions) Regulations 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–10.

Legal Aid (Scotland) (Financial Conditions) Regulations 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–10.

W

Waddington, Mr. David:

4–6, 9.

FIRST STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS B

Braine, Sir Bernard:

5–6.

Chairman, thanks to, 8.

C

Caribbean Development Bank (Additional Contributions) Order 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–8.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 7–8.

D

Dodds-Parker, Sir Douglas:

6–7.

P

Price, Mr. William:

3–5, 7–8.

Chairman, thanks to, 8.

SECOND STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS B

Buchan, Mr. Norman, Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

Draft Horticulture (Apple and Pear Growers) (Special Payments) Scheme 1974, 3–5, 7–8.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 9–10.

D

Draft Horticulture (Apple and Pear Growers) (Special Payments) Scheme 1974:

Resolved that the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 8.

R

Resolved:

That the Committee have considered the draft instrument, 8.

S

Spicer, Mr. Michael:

Draft Horticulture (Apple and Pear Growers) (Special Payments) Scheme 1974, 6, 8.

T

Torney, Mr. Thomas:

Draft Horticulture (Apple and Pear Growers) (Special Payments) Scheme 1974, 5–6.

SECOND STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS B

Bishop, Mr. E. S., Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

Draft Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974, 5–6, 8, 11–13, 16–18, 19, 21–2.

C

Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 5–22.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 21–2.

G

Gilbert, Dr. John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury:

Draft Regional Employment Premium (Continuation of Payment) (Winsford) (Amendment) Order 1974, 3, 4.

H

Higgins, Mr. Terence:

Draft Regional Employment Premium (Continuation of Payment) (Winsford) (Amendment) Order 1974, 4.

Hughes, Mr. Mark:

Draft Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974, 10, 11.

J

Jopling, Mr. Michael:

Draft Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974, 6–10, 11, 17.

M

Morrison, Mr. Charles:

Draft Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974, 18–19.

R

Redmond, Mr. Robert:

Draft Regional Employment Premium (Continuation of Payment) (Winsford) (Amendment) Order 1974, 4.

Regional Employment Premium (Continuation of Payment) (Winsford) (Amendment) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–4.

W

West, Mr. Harry:

Draft Calf Subsidies (United Kingdom) (Variation) (No. 2) Scheme 1974, 13–16, 19–21.

SECOND STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS A

Agricultural Lime Scheme (Extension of Period) Order 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–6.

B

Bishop, Mr. E. S. Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food:

Agricultural Lime Scheme (Extension of Period) Order 1974, 3, 4–6

Hop Gardens (Replanting and Restructuring) Scheme 1974, 6–8, 10–12, 13, 14, 15, 18.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 17–18.

Crouch, Mr. David:

Hop Gardens (Replanting and Restructuring) Scheme 1974, 8–9, 11, 15–18.

H

Hop Gardens (Replanting and Restructuring) Scheme 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 6–18.

J

Jopling, Mr. Michael:

Agricultural Lime Scheme (Extension of Period) Order 1974, 4, 5.

Hop Gardens (Replanting and Restructuring) Scheme 1974, 6, 9–10, 12–14.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 17–18.

K

King, Mr. Tom:

6–12, 14–15, 16, 18.

P

Perry, Mr. Ernest G.:

15.

R

Rodgers, Mr. William, Minister of State for Defence:

3–6, 13–14, 15–18.

Royal Ordnance Factories Trading Fund Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–18.

S

Smith, Mr. Dudley:

12–13.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 27–8.

F

Fookes, Miss Janet:

18.

G

Gorst, Mr. John:

5, 14, 17.

Graham, Mr. Ted:

20.

M

Milne, Mr. Edward:

6, 7, 14–15.

O

Oppenheim, Mrs. Sally:

3, 5, 8–9, 13, 18–24, 26, 28.

R

Redmond, Mr. Robert:

10–13, 14, 15, 25.

W

Weights and Measures Act 1963 (Sugar) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–28.

Wiggin, Mr. Jerry:

3, 13, 15–18, 19.

Williams, Mr. Alan, Minister of State, Department of Prices and Consumer Protection:

3–6, 7–8, 9–10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 24–8.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Orders, discussing of together, 3.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 6–7.

D

Double Taxation Relief (Air Transport Undertakings and their Employees) (Soviet Union) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–6.

Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (British Solomon Islands Protectorate) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–6.

Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–6.

Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Seychelles) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–6.

G

Gilbert, Dr. John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury:

3, 5–6.

H

Higgins, Mr. Terence:

3–4, 6.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 23–4.

Craigen, Mr. J. M.:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 15–16, 21.

M

McElhone, Mr. Frank:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 10–14, 22–3.

McMillan, Mr. Tom:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 16, 23–4.

Millan, Mr. Bruce, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 4–5, 17–22, 23, 24.

R

National Radiological Protection Board (Extension of Functions) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–4.

O

Owen, Dr. David, Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Security:

National Radiological Protection Board (Extension of Functions) Order 1974, 3.

R

Raison, Mr. Timothy:

National Radiological Protection Board (Extension of Functions) Order 1974, 3–4.

Reid, Mr. George:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 14–15.

S

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 4–24.

Selby, Mr. Harry:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 16–17.

T

Taylor, Mr. Teddy:

Scottish Special Housing Association (Limit of Advances) (Scotland) Order 1974, 6–10, 18.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Cannot have a point of order on a point of order, 7.

Member, Members:

Should not interrupt from a sedentary position, 6.

Wishing to make an intervention to stand up and make it according to the custom, 26.

Coal Industry (Borrowing Powers) Order 1974:

Considered, 3–42.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 43–4.

E

Eadie, Mr. Alex, Under-Secretary of State for Energy:

7, 8–10, 12–14, 15, 25, 39–40, 41–2.

F

Farr, Mr. John:

5–6, 38, 39.

H

Hunter, Mr. Adam:

23.

J

Jenkin, Mr. Patrick:

3–5, 9, 10, 11–12, 13, 15–29, 40, 41, 42.

M

McNair-Wilson, Mr. Patrick:

10.

R

Roberts, Mr. Albert:

10, 22, 26, 36–8.

S

Skeet, Mr. T. H. H.:

6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14–15, 20, 22, 26, 32–6, 40, 41.

Swain, Mr. Tom:

6, 7, 29–32, 38–9.

THIRD STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Member, Members:

To bring back his remarks to the order, 14.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 17–18.

D

Doig, Mr. Peter:

4, 13–15.

G

Grimond, Mr. J.:

3–6, 7–8, 16.

H

Henderson, Mr. Barry:

12–13, 14.

Hunter, Mr. Adam:

15.

M

Millan, Mr. Brace, Minister of State, Scottish Office:

6–7, 8–11, 15–16.

V

Valuation (Continuation of Councils) (Scotland) Order 1974:

Considered by the Committee, 3–16.

FOURTH STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS A

Asian Development Bank (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument cansidered, 3–10.

B

Biggs-Davison, Mr. John:

7.

C

Central Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Orders, discussing of together, 3.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 11–12.

Customs Co-operation Council (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

E

Ennals, Mr. David, Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs:

3–5, 7–10.

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

European Space Research Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

I

International Atomic Energy Agency (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

K

Kershaw, Mr. Anthony:

6–7, 9.

N

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

O

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

S

South-East Asia Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

Specialised Agencies of the United Kingdom (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

U

United Nations and International Court of Justice (Immunities and Privileges) Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–10.

FOURTH STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 7–8.

County Courts Jurisdiction Order 1974:

Draft Instrument considered, 3–8.

H

Havers, Sir Michael:

5–6.

S

Silkin, Rt. Hon. S. C., Attorney-General:

3–5, 6–8.

W

Weitzman, Mr. David:

6.

FOURTH STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Chairman:

Committee Procedure:

Not in order to have an intervention in an intervention, 12.

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 15–16.

Cormack, Mr. Patrick:

5–7, 12.

G

Grants to Redundant Churches Fund Order 1974:

Draft Instrument, considered, 3–16.

H

Hall, Sir John:

7–8, 9, 12, 13.

M

Morris, Mr. Charles R., Minister of State, Department of the Environment:

3–5, 7, 11–12, 13–15.

S

Sinclair, Sir George:

8–9, 11, 14.

W

Worsley, Sir Marcus:

10–11.

FOURTH STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 33–4.

E

Edwards, Mr. Nicholas:

27–30, 32.

Ellis, Mr. Tom:

11–14, 20.

Evans, Mr. Fred:

13, 17, 19–21, 30, 31, 32.

G

Gibson-Watt, Mr. David:

19.

H

Hurd, Mr. Douglas:

17.

J

Jones, Mr. Gwynoro:

30–1, 32–4.

M

Mulley, Mr. Frederick, Minister for Transport:

12, 19, 21–7, 30, 32.

P

Porthmadog Harbour Revision Order 1974:

Instrument considered, 3–34.

T

Thomas, Mr. D. E.:

14–19, 24, 29.

W

Wigley, Mr. Dafydd:

3–11, 20, 22, 26.

FIFTH STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS A

Atkins, Mr. Ronald:

15–16.

B

Bates, Mr. Alf:

16–7, 22–3.

C

Committee:

Composition, 1–2.

Members attending, 23–4.

L

Lane, Mr. David:

3–9, 23–4.

M

Madden, Mr. Max:

17–18.

N

Newens, Mr. Stanley:

13–15, 19, 20.

P

Paisley, Rev. Ian:

12–13, 21, 24.

S

Shaw, Mr. Arnold:

10.

Summerskill, Dr. Shirley, Under-Secretary of State for Home Department:

9–10, 11–12, 18–22, 23, 24.

T

The Prison (Amendment) Rules:

Instrument considered, 3–24.