§ Q8. Mr. Norman Lamont
asked the Prime Minister whether he will make a statement on the EEC Heads of Government meeting in Dublin on 10th and 11th March.
§ Q11. Mr. Brotherton
asked the Prime Minister what discussions he had with the Government of the Republic of Ireland on the question of Ulster during his recent visit to Dublin.
§ Mr. Edward Short:
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There was no time at the EEC Heads of Government meeting for substantive discussions with the Government of the Republic of Ireland about Northern Ireland, although my right hon. Friend was able to speak brieflly to the Taoiseach about the current situation.
§ Q12. Mr. Wigley
asked the Prime Minister what discussions he had at the EEC Summit in Dublin relative to direct representation of Wales and Scotland in the EEC after the Assemblies for the two countries have been established.
§ Mr. Tim Renton
asked the Prime Minister whether he will make a statement on his discussions in Dublin with EEC Heads of Government.
§ The Prime Minister:
I refer the hon. Member to the reply which I gave to the hon. Member for Derbyshire, South-East (Mr. Rost) on 20th March.