asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much money has been claimed or paid to the participants at the Stormont conference up to 8 February; and how many individuals have claimed.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will esti- Scotland are the responsibilities of my right hon. Friends the Secretary of State for Energy and the Secretary of State for Scotland. The principal sums paid to the electricity supply industry in Northern Ireland in the period 1969–70 to 1979–80 are as follows:mate the cost of heating, lighting, telephone, postage, and catering at the Stormont conference up to 8 February.
It is not possible to apportion the cost of heating and lighting used in Parliament buildings for the conference. The buildings are heated and lit as one unit. The holding of the conference has not involved any additional heating or lighting costs.The postage costs of the Northern Ireland Office on conference business cannot be separately identified. Participants at the conference pay their own postage.The estimated cost for telephones is £1,100.The estimated cost of catering is £1,000 to 25 January, the latest date for which figures are available.
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what have been the takings in (a) the bars provided for the participants at the Stormont conference and (b) the press bar up to 8 February.
(a) £284; (b) £422.