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Child Migrants

Volume 176: debated on Wednesday 11 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) further to his answer of 15 January, Official Report, column 81, how many further inquiries he has received on the Child Migrant Trust; and what steps he is taking to encourage such inquiries;

national AIDS public education campaign from October 1987 and in subsequent years. These amounts include the running costs of the national AIDS helpline and related telephone information and advice services. Not shown in the table are the amounts spent by other Government Departments on HIV prevention work within their own spheres of interest.

(2) how many child migrants has the Department helped since 1979.

Two further inquiries relating to the Child Migrant Trust's grant application have been received since 15 January.Responsibility for the welfare of former child migrants rests with the countries to which they have emigrated.