§ Mrs. Maureen Hicks
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list those places which have been selected for locally-based drug prevention teams.
§ Mr. Darling
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many representations (i) he and (ii) immigration officers received from Members of Parliament during(a) the first quarter of 1988 (b) the first quarter of 1989 to delay the removal of passengers refused entry at British ports of entry; and, for both periods, how many representations resulted in (i) the delay of the passenger's removal for up to a week, (iii) the delay of the passenger's removal for more than a week and (ii) reversal of the immigration officer's decision.
§ Mr. Waddington
[pursuant to the reply, 28 July 1989, c. 1057]: I regret that the information contained in that reply was incorrect. In the first quarter of 1988 representations received by Ministers resulted in deferment of removal of passengers refused entry in 382 cases. The rest of the information requested is not available centrally.