Below is the text of the written answers relating to Prime Minister's Question Time from 1st April 1996.
Government Policy (South-
Mr. Coe: To ask the Prime Minister what assessment he has made of arrangements for co-
The Prime Minister: The Government office for the south-
Mr. Peter Atkinson: To ask the Prime Minister if he will make a statement about ministerial responsibility for volunteering, the voluntary sector and charity matters.
The Prime Minister: In consultation with my right hon. and learned Friend the Secretary of State for the Home Department and my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for National Heritage, I have decided that ministerial responsibility for:
No. 10 Downing Street (Receptions)
Mr. Hall: To ask the Prime Minister who hosted the reception held at No. 10 Downing street on (a) 7 November 1994 and (b) Monday 6 November 1995.
The Prime Minister: My wife hosted a reception on 7 November 1994. There was no reception on 6 November 1995.
Mr. Steen: To ask the Prime Minister how many pieces of existing Community legislation have been repealed or amended in each of the past three years.
The Prime Minister: This information is not held centrally and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost. Much new Council and Commission legislation supersedes, repeals or amends existing legislation.
Mr. Hall: To ask the Prime Minister which Ministers have hosted non-
The Prime Minister: The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs has hosted three receptions since July 1993.
Mr. Hall: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list all the functions for industrialists held at No. 10 Downing Street which were attended by the chairman of the Conservation party since November 1990.
The Prime Minister: As far as I am aware, none.
Mr. Dalyell: To ask the Prime Minister what proposals he will bring forward to the international community to address health problems among the population of Iraq.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 29 March 1996]: United Nations Security Council resolution 986 is designed to bring much-
Mr. Bermingham: To ask the Minister if he will make it his policy to compensate fully any person who has contracted CJD from beef since 1989.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 29 March 1996]: Any claim for compensation would be considered within the framework of the Government's legal obligations.