§ Mr. Stott
asked the Prime Minister, pursuant to her reply of 14 November, Official Report, column 682, why she stated that it was for the right hon. Member for Manchester, Wythenshawe (Mr. Morris) to have contacted her office about her failure, first reported by the Daily Mail on 8 November, to reply to the letter sent to her last June by the mother of ex-Corporal David Timms, who was injured with the Royal Green Jackets in the bomb outrage of July 1982; and if she will make a further statement.
§ The Prime Minister
I have written to the right hon. Member for Manchester, Wythenshawe (Mr. Morris) explaining that my office has no trace of having received Mrs. Timms' letter.
1983 Institution Course All first degree graduates of which good honours graduates a GB universities University College, London Speech sciences 46 16 Manchester Speech pathology and therapy 18 10 Newcastle Speech 8 4 Reading Linguistics and Language pathology 13 4 Sheffield Speech Science 14 5 b England polytechnics City of Birmingham Speech pathology and therapy *20 *7 Leicester Speech pathology and therapy† — — Leeds Speech therapy† — — Manchester Remedial speech therapy† — — c England other institutions The Central school of speech and drama Speech therapy† — — —
* 1984 graduates.
† There were no graduates from those institutions in 1984.178W
§ Mr. Alfred Morris
asked the Prime Minister, pursuant to her oral reply, 14 November, Official Report, column 682, to the right hon. Member for Manchester, Wythenshawe, what action she has now taken in relation to the needs of the soldiers injured in the bomb outrage in Regent's park in July 1982 further to the pledge given when she visited them in hospital; when she replied to the letter reported to have been sent to her last June by the mother of ex-Corporal David Timms; and if she will make a further statement.