§ Mr. Dismore
To ask the Attorney-General if the remarks made by the Director of Public Prosecutions in early May 1999 to a Law Society meeting of ethnic minority lawyers, concerning disciplinary action against staff found to have committed racist behaviour or made racist comments, represent Government policy. 
Government policy is to deliver real change in race equality in Britain through policy formulation and implementation. The Government 93W do not condone racist behaviour of any sort. This policy applies to the Crown Prosecution Service, and those who are found to display racist behaviour or attitudes will have action taken against them under the Service's disciplinary code.