PMQT Written Answers – 8 June 1992

Below is the text of the written answers relating to Prime Minister’s Question Time from 8th June 1992.


PRIME MINISTER:

 

Ministerial Advisers

Mr. Kirkwood : To ask the Prime Minister if he will list the special advisers appointed to Government Ministers in this Parliament and their previous occupations.

Mr. Newton : I have been asked to reply.

The names and pre-election occupations of special advisers appointed in this Parliament are as follows :

Name |Previous occupation

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K. Adams | Special Adviser

J. S. Bercow | Sallingbury Casey

E. Bickham | Special Adviser

T. Burke | Special Adviser

J. Caine | Special Adviser

D. W. D. Cameron | Conservative Central Office

Dr. E. Cottrell | Conservative Central Office

Sir P. Cradock | Special Adviser

Mr. Fraser | Special Adviser

Sir C. Foster | Coopers and Lybrand Deloitte

C. M. Grantham | Special Adviser

D. Green | Television Presenter

M. S. Hole | Special Adviser

Mrs. S. Hogg | Special Adviser

C. Hopson | Communications Consultant

A. Kemp | Special Adviser

Mrs. T. Keswick | Special Adviser

Mrs. E. Laing | Special Adviser

G. Mackay | Special Adviser

R. Marsh | Special Adviser

J. Mayhew | Special Adviser

M. McManus |Conservative Central Office

P. J. E. Miller | Special Adviser

D. Poole |James Capel

Mrs. K. Ramsay | Special Adviser

Dr. W. Robinson | Special Adviser

P. Rock |Conservative Central Office

A. Rosling | Special Adviser

D. Ruffley | Special Adviser

I. Stewart | Special Adviser

Lady Strathnaver | Special Adviser

N. True | Special Adviser

I. R. Wilton | Special Adviser

A. Young | Special Adviser

** Amendment made on 12th June 1992.

 

Honours List

Sir Anthony Grant : To ask the Prime Minister what is his policy on the confidentiality of proposed recommendations by him for honours until they are formally announced; what steps are taken when such confidence is breached; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Newton : I have been asked to reply.

My right hon. Friend the Prime Minister treats such recommendations in strict confidence until they are announced and asks others to treat them similarly.