THE EARL OF BESSBOROUGH
asked Her Majesty's Government:
If it is intended that the celebrations for United Kingdom entry into the European Community should be limited to those artistic events being organised by Lord Goodman's Committee as described by the noble Viscount, Lord Eccles, on March 22.370WA
bique and Portuguese Guinea, in the years 1969, 1970 and 1971.
§ THE EARL OF LIMERICK
Portuguese Guinea is not separately distinguished in the trade statistics. Information for Angola and Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique) for 1970 is given in Volume IV of theAnnual Statement of Trade for 1970, and for 1971 in the December 1971 issue of the Overseas Trade Statistics. Following is the information for 1969 in respect of the main Divisions concerned:
§ VISCOUNT ECCLES
No. My noble friend Lord Mancroft has agreed to take the chair of a parallel Committee to consider the co-ordination and encouragement of a wide range of popular activities such as are not covered by Lord Goodman's Committee.
House adjourned at eighteen minutes past seven o'clock.