§ Q13. Mr. Arthur Lewis
asked the Prime Minister whether the public speech
VISITS OVERSEAS BY MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, WHERE THE COST HAS BEEN PAID FROM THE VOTE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, BETWEEN 1ST APRIL AND 30TH JUNE, 1971 Date of Meeting Venue Purpose of Visit Number of Members attended 28th March to 5th April, 1971. Australia (Woomera) … Science and Technology Sub-Committee B. 4 19th April, 1971 … Holland (The Hague) … W.E.U. Presidential Committee 2 19th April, 1971 … France (Paris) … C. of E. Social and Health Questions Committee. 5 20th April, 1971 … France (Paris) … C. of E. Social and Health Questions—Sub-Committee on 4th Seminar on International Voluntary Services. 1 22nd April, 1971 … France (Paris) … C. of E. Regional Planning and Local Authorities Committee. 4 22nd April, 1971 … Austria (Vienna) … C. of E. Budget Committe. 1
of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on 23rd June in London to the Association of British Chambers of Commerce on economic matters represents Government policy.
Q16. Mr. Barnett
asked the Prime Minister if the public speech of the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food at Spalding on 12th June, 1971, on prices represents the policy of Her Majesty's Government.