§ Mr. Dunnachie
To ask the President of the Board of Trade what procedures Her Majesty's Government will be implementing to ensure that all future transfers of military, security and police equipment, including dual-use technologies, will comply with the resolution passed by the European Parliament on 19 January in respect of bringing all such transfers within the scope of European export controls and making all such transfers apparent; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Mr. Ian Taylor
[holding answer 30 March 1995]: European Parliament resolutions are not binding on either individual member states or on the Council, although its views are noted. Decisions on arms exports remain a national responsibility.
§ Mr. Wray
To ask the President of the Board of Trade what procedures his Department will be implementing to 1189W ensure that all future transfers of military, security and police equipment, including dual-use technologies, will comply with the European Parliament resolution passed on 19 January. 
§ Mr. Ian Taylor
I refer the hon. Member to the answer given today to the hon. Member for Glasgow, Pollok, (Mr. Dunnachie).
§ Dr. David Clark
To ask the President of the Board of Trade if he will list the values of loan guarantees of British arms exports in each of the last 10 years. 
§ Mr. Needham
[holding answer 31 March 1995]: ECGD support for defence business over the last 10 years is as follows:
Financial year Value of defence business (£ million) 1985–86 208 1986–87 446 1987–88 197 1988–89 707 1989–90 378 1990–91 640 1991–92 276 1992–93 1,591 1993–94 1,973 1994–95 623
The figures for 1994–95 are provisional pending the publication of ECGD's 1994–95 trading accounts.