§ Mr. Straw
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if, pursuant to the answer given to the hon. Member for South Ayrshire (Mr. Foulkes) on 16 June, Official Report, c. 280,concerning public borrowing, he will now give the figures for 1981–82 which were indicated as then being `not available', and on a basis consistent with the rest of the table.
§ Mr. Brittan
[pursuant to his reply, 25 October 1982]The information, with figures for earlier years as far back as there have been revisions, is as follows:
responded to the Government's invitation to comment on the employee involvement provision in the Employment Bill; and what proportion took the view that the provision would result in greater employee involvement.
§ Mr. Waddington:
92 individuals and organisations submitted detailed replies to the Government's invitation to comment on the form of the employee involvement provision in the Employment Bill. There was general support for the objective of encouraging the voluntary development of employee involvement, although a minority of the respondents thought the cost of operating the provision would outweigh its possible benefits.