§ Mr. Frank Field
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what guarantees the Maxwell pension scheme has given to him that there will be no pension holidays before the repayment of the state scheme premiums owed to the Exchequer. 
§ Mr. Heald
All Maxwell pension schemes which owe state scheme premiums have commenced winding up and have no active members. The question of pension holidays for these schemes does not therefore arise.744W
Expenditure on all forms of overseas travel for the Department, its agencies and non-departmental public bodies Year Cost £ 1989–90 224,884 1991–92 429,013 1993–94 348,152 1994–95 389,610 1995–96 316,617
1. Figures for 1979–80 are not available.
2. Figures for 1995–96 are estimated.
3. Detailed spending plans for 1996–97 are yet to be finalised.
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what is his estimate of his Department's expenditure on administration for(a) 1979–80, (b) 1989–90, (c) 1991–92, (d) 1993–94, (e) 1994–95, (f) 1995–96 and (g) 1996–97. 
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Security what is his estimate of expenditure on all forms of hospitality and entertainment by(a) his Department, (b) his Department's agencies and (c) non-departmental public bodies, for (i) 1979–80, (ii) 1989–90, (iii) 1991–92, (iv) 1993–94, (v) 1994–95, (vi) 1995–96 and (vii) 1996–97.