§ Mr. Hawkins
To ask the Attorney-General what plans he has to extend further the use of computers and other information technology by the Serious Fraud Office.
§ The Attorney-General
The use of computers and information technology has already brought real benefits to the investigation and presentation of cases by the Serious Fraud Office. Current projects include the development of improved document storage and retrieval systems.
§ Mr. Skinner
To ask the Attorney-General what recent meetings he has had with the Serious Fraud Office to discuss City fraud. 
I frequently meet the director of the Serious Fraud Office to discuss matters of departmental interest, including particular cases.
§ Mr. Mike O'Brien
To ask the Attorney-General if he will appoint a senior QC to inquire into allegations made to his Department by senior lawyers in respect of the accuracy of the information supplied by the Serious Fraud Office and its counsel to the Attorney-General to answer parliamentary questions on 17 December 1993.