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Gas Prices

Volume 976: debated on Tuesday 18 December 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what will be the effect of gas prices in Northern Ireland following the Government's decision not to supply the Province with natural gas as in the rest of the United Kingdom.

The price movements of towns gas in Northern Ireland will continue to reflect changes in the price of oil-based feed stocks. However, the variation in prices charged by different undertakings using the same feedstock

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