asked the Secretary of State for Social Services whether he will cause a public inquiry to
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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if, in the light of an increase in unemployed doctors in the United Kingdom, he will hold discussions with his counterpart in the Republic of Ireland regarding the effect on the United Kingdom of that country producing almost twice the medical graduates that that country requires.
No. The number of places in their medical schools is under discussion between officials and professional advisers of member States of the European Community and I should not propose to raise this question outside that forum.