§ Q18. Sir R. Turton
asked the Prime Minister whether it is intended that the European Parliament, to be enlarged in the event of Great Britain's entry into the European Economic Community, will have power only to legislate upon and provide or withhold money in matters covered by the Treaty of Rome, or to have powers over foreign affairs, defence or other matters not covered by the Treaty of Rome.
§ The Prime Minister
The powers of the European Parliament are restricted to 263W the areas covered by the Treaty of Rome, and current proposals for increasing the powers of the Parliament relate to subjects covered by the Treaty of Rome.
§ Q20. Mr. Tebbit
asked the Prime Minister how many letters he has now received suggesting alternative policies to British entry into the European Economic Community.