§ 34. Mr. John Marshall
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement about relations between Britain and Iran. 
§ Mr. Hanley
We restored relations with Iran on 27 September 1990.
We and our European Union partners made it clear at Edinburgh in December 1992 that improvements in Iran's behaviour, particularly on human rights, the fatwa on Mr. Rushdie and terrorism, would be important in determining the extent to which closer relations and confidence in Iran could be developed. Our approach remains unchanged.
§ Rev. Martin Smyth
To ask the Secretary of State for220W Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what estimate he has made of the threat of Iranian-sponsored terrorism in respect of United Kingdom personnel abroad. 
§ Sir Nicholas Bonsor
We remain alert to the threat to UK interests from Iranian-sponsored terrorism both in the United Kingdom and overseas and take all appropriate precautions against that threat.