Below is the text of the written answers relating to Prime Minister's Question Time from 19th March 1993.
General van der Westhuizen
Mr. Rogers : To ask the Prime Minister which Government officials have meetings with or conducted business with General van der Westhuizen in South Africa or Chile in each year since 1980.
The Prime Minister : The United Kingdom military attache s in Pretoria were in contact with Lieutenant-
During the period of Lieutenant-
DTI (Security Services)
Mr. Rogers : To ask the Prime Minister what is the policy of the Government in relation to the transfer of secret intelligence service or security service personnel to the Department of Trade and Industry; and if he will make a statement on the range of functions those personnel carry out in the Department of Trade and Industry.
The Prime Minister : It is not the Government's policy to comment on staffing arrangements with respect to the security and intelligence services. Members of these services would, however, be regarded no differently from other Crown servants for the purposes of transfer to employment elsewhere in the public service.
Ms Hoey : To ask the Prime Minister which Cabinet Committees deal with the citizens charter programme.
The Prime Minister : Citizens charter issues requiring collective discussion would normally fall within the remit of the Ministerial Committee on Home and Social Affairs. In addition, I chair six-