HC Deb 07 March 1986 vol 93 cc295-6W
Mr. Sims

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs to what extent representatives of

Places and Name of WEU Organisation New Posts (A-Grade) Responsibilities Starting Salaries (net monthly) £ Post filled or vacant
Secretariat-General A6 Head Political Affairs Division 2,369 Filled (Italy)
A3/4 Head General Policy and Research Section 1,533 to 1,763 Filled (United Kingdom)
A2/3 General Policy and Research 1,242 to 1,533 Vacant
A4 Public Relations 1,763 Vacant
Agency I 1 Hors Grade Director 3,145 Filled (Italy)
5 Officials (A2 to A6) Research/Study 1,242 to 2,369 All filled*

Christian and other religious organisations are allowed access to detainees in the closed camps in Hong Kong; and what conditions are imposed upon them.

Mr. Renton

Representatives of the Christian churches and of any other religions professed by the residents of Hong Kong's closed camps may visit freely and may hold religious services for those who wish them. Whilst no formal restrictions are imposed upon these visits, proselytising is firmly discouraged by the Hong Kong Government, who are responsible for the management of the camps.

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