Below is the text of the written answers relating to Prime Minister's Question Time from 6th March 1997.
Mr. Dalyell: To ask the Prime Minister, pursuant to his answer of 28 February, Official Report, columns 419-
The Prime Minister [holding answer 5 March 1997]: No. The United Nations Security Council decided that Libya must surrender the accused for trial in Scotland or the USA.
Mr. Harry Greenway: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his engagements for Thursday 6 March.
Sir Peter Tapsell: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Thursday 6 March.
The Prime Minister: This morning I presided at a meeting of the Cabinet and had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in this House, I shall be having further meetings later today.
Mr. Alfred Morris: To ask the Prime Minister from what date information was available to any Government Department about the dangers to health from the use of organophosphates; what action was then taken to ensure that all Departments considering their use were made conversant with the dangers; and if he will make a statement.
The Prime Minister: Organophosphates were first investigated for use as insecticides in the 1930s in Germany. Since then, information on the health effects of OPs has accumulated over time. Much of the information is in peer-
Government Departments receive advice and information on a regular and on-
Mr. Mackinlay: To ask the Prime Minister if he will recommend that an invitation be issued to (a) the Governor-
The Prime Minister [holding answer 4 March 1997]: No.