§ Mr. Cousins
To ask the President of the Board of Trade, pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Wallsend (Mr. Byers) of 25 January,Official Report, columns 127–8, regarding export credits if he will provide similar information for (a) Brazil, (b) Sudan, (c) Libya, (d) Tunisia, (e) the Yemen, (f) Malta and (g) Chile.
§ Mr. Needham
The figures requested are shown in the tables:
from the deregulation proposals; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Jonathan Evans
Since the review was announced on 17 January 1994,Official Report, column 381, colleagues and I have received some 3,500 representations 317W from various organisations and individuals about the review of fire safety legislation and enforcement. Following the publication of the review team's report for full consultation, over 460 organisations and individuals have provided detailed written comments on the recommendations in the report.
All these comments are now being fully analysed. No decisions will be taken on making changes to the current fire safety legislation and enforcement regime until we have carefully considered all the views that have been expressed.