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ROSS AND CROMARTY PROFITS FROM ANCIENT MUSSEL FISHERMAN'S CHARTER

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Labour's home affairs spokesman Tony Blair will this morning launch new policies on tackling youth crime. ...
Labour's home affairs spokesman Tony Blair will this morning launch new policies on tackling youth crime.

A written government announcement is expected on a new director general of OFTEL.

The following select committees are sitting: - Public accounts: chief of defence procurement on major projects statement 1991 - Welsh affairs: Welsh Historic Buildings Council on preservation of buildings and monuments.

Oral questions at 2.30pm are on national heritage matters. Questions on public accounts start at 3.10pm.

Main business is continuation of the committee stage of the European Communities Amendment Bill.

In the House of Lords main business is approval of emergency provisions on oil pollution at seas (Shetland disaster) and local authority/public path regulations. Afterwards there is a debate on opening betting offices on Sundays.

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