§ 22. Mr. Whittingdale
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the progress achieved in the intergovernmental conference. 
§ Mr. David Davis
Negotiations in the intergovernmental conference will continue under the Dutch Presidency on the basis of the draft revision of the treaties submitted by the Irish Presidency. The Dublin European Council reaffirmed the target of completing the IGC at the Amsterdam European Council.
§ Mr. Dykes
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will list the principal agreements of the Dublin European Union summit of 13 and 14 December; and, pursuant to the Prime Minister's oral statement on 16 December what public responses Her Majesty's Government have received on the summit conclusions on intergovernmental conference matters. 
§ Mr. Davis
The principal agreements reached at the Dublin European Council were outlined by the Prime Minister in his statement to the House on 16 December,Official Report, columns 615–17, and are set out in full in the Presidency's conclusions, which have been placed in the Library of the House. There have been a number of public responses to the Dublin outcome, including the IGC conclusions.
§ 27. Mrs. Bridget Prentice
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what proposals on social policy are being discussed at the intergovernmental conference; and if he will make a statement. 299W
§ Mr. Riddick
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what proposals have been put forward at the intergovernmental conference to extend qualified majority voting. 
§ Mr. Rifkind
Several member states have put forward proposals which involve extending the use of qualified majority voting in particular areas.