HC Deb 04 July 1985 vol 82 c228W
19. Mr. Kirkwood

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what recent representations he has had on his White Paper on public order.

Mr. Giles Shaw

We have received comments from a wide range of organisations and individuals; and a number of other organisations have indicated an intention to comment in the near future. Following is a list of those organisations which have commented to dateThe Anti-Aparheid Movement, the Association of British Insurers, the Association of Chief Police Officers, the Association of County Councils, the Association of District Councils, the City of Cardiff, the City of Coventry, the City of London Police Committee, the Engineering Employers' Federation, the Football Leagues, the Greater Manchester Council, the Guild of British Newspaper Editors, JUSTICE, the Legal Action Group, the London Borough of Camden, the London Borough of Croydon, the London Borough of Southwark, the Liverpool 8 Law Centre, the Magistrates' Association, the National Association of Probation Officers, the National Union of Public Employees, the Organisation of Private Tenants, the Police Federation, the Society of Civil and Public Servants, and the Society for Distributing Hebrew Scriptures. In Scotland comments have been received from the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents, the Department of Public Law at Aberdeen University and the Scottish Police Federation.