§ Mr. Corbett
To ask the Lord President of the Council what recent inquiries he has made into the comparative cost of switching to the use of 100 per cent. recycled paper for the supplies of headed notepaper now made available to Members compared with continuing with that presently used.
§ Sir Geoffrey Howe
I refer the hon. Member to my reply to the hon. Member for Stoke-on-Trent, North (Ms. Walley) on 24 May 1990, column297. The Accommodation and Administration Sub-Committee considered the comparative costs when approval was given for recycled writing paper and envelopes to be introduced on an experimental basis along with the existing range of stationery.