Intergovernmental Conferences (Hansard, 3 December 1990)
HC Deb 03 December 1990 vol 182 cc45-6W
Mr. Allen

To ask the Prime Minister if he will place copies of the agenda of the intergovernmental conferences in the Vote Office.

The Prime Minister

No agendas have been set for the intergovernmental conferences; the IGCs themselves will decide how to organise their work.

Mr. Allen

To ask the Prime Minister if he will make it his policy to consult the House by means of debate before going to the intergovernmental conferences in December.

The Prime Minister

There will be a debate in the House on 6 December on developments in the EC prior to the Rome European Council. This will, among other subjects, look forward to the intergovernmental conferences which start on 15 December.

Mr. Allen

To ask the Prime Minister what items have been tabled for discussion at each of the intergovernmental conferences in December.

The Prime Minister

The intergovernmental conferences will set their own agenda. They will consider the various proposals made by member states, as well as the opinions delivered by the European Parliament and the Commission on the calling of the IGCs.

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