§ Mr. Maginnis
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will take the necessary steps to sustain the full fabric of its society for the Protestant community in areas close to the frontier with the Irish Republic where the Irish Republican Army's campaign to murder Protestants has disadvantaged it.
§ Mr. Hurd
[pursuant to his reply, 28 January 1985, c. 70]: The Government's security, economic and social policies are intended to maintain, and where possible improve the quality of life for the whole community in Northern Ireland. If the hon. Gentleman has any particular suggestions, I hope he will let me know.