§ Mr. Madden
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many police forces have co-operated with the Metropolitan police in the "Tomorrow's Job" investigation; when the investigation started; what was the main focus of the investigation; how many people have been interviewed; how many premises have been visited; if he will list the charges which have been laid indicating, in each case, the outcome; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Mr. Maclean
[holding answer 25 May 1995]: I understand from the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis that all forces who received copies of the publication "Tomorrow's Job" have co-operated fully with the Metropolitan police in the inquiry, which started immediately after distribution of the publication in early March of this year. The main focus of the investigation is to establish who published the paper; what was the purpose of publication; and who was involved in its distribution. The investigation is still in progress and to date two arrests have been made. It would not be right for me to give further details at this stage.