Below is the text of the written answers relating to Prime Minister's Question Time from 14th June 1993.
Mr. Dafis : To ask the Prime Minister if he will introduce guidelines to all Government Departments to secure that all future purchases made do not involve ozone-
The Prime Minister : I understand that my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for the Environment is arranging a meeting of green Ministers to discuss a number of environmental issues, including the treatment of ozone-
Mr. Sheerman : To ask the Prime Minister what discussion he has had with other European Heads of State on the imposition of appropriate sanctions against the illegal regime in Turkish Cyprus.
The Prime Minister : None. The question of imports to the United Kingdom from northern Cyprus is the subject of a case pending before the European Court of Justice.
Mr. Asil Nadir
Mr. Sheerman : To ask the Prime Minister what discussions he has had with the Turkish President regarding the presence of Mr. Asil Nadir in Turkish Cyprus.
The Prime Minister : Her Majesty's ambassador in Ankara has made our desire for the return of Nadir clear to the Turkish Government. The Turkish authorities are co-
Mr. Hain : To ask the Prime Minister what was the expenditure on the Prime Minister's Office broken down into salaries and other costs for each year since 1980-
The Prime Minister [holding answer 10 June 1993] : Salary information for the years prior to 1985-
Cash (£,000s) 1992-
|Salaries |Other costs|Total<1><2>|Salaries |Other costs|Total<1><2>
<1> The figures represent the cost of 10 Downing street and Chequers borne on the votes of the Cabinet Office (OPSS) and its predecessors. Over the period, the following changes have occurred to the basis of the costs:
<2> Costs are shown in the year in which the expenditure was made. Because of billing delays, this is not always in the financial year in which the goods or services were provided.