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Fair Employment

Volume 176: debated on Wednesday 18 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) if he will list in the Official Report those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland Fair Employment Commission for each district council in the county of Tyrone; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees;(2) if he will list in the

Official Report those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland Fair Employment Commission for each district council in the county of Fermanagh; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees;

(3) if he will list in the Official Report, those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland Fair Employment Commission for each district council in County Londonderry; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees;

(4) if he will list in the Official Report those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland Fair Employment Commission for each district council in County Down; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees;

(5) if he will list in the Official Report those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland Fair Employment Commission for each district council in County Antrim; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees;

(6) if he will list in the Official Report those firms and employers which are registered with the Northern Ireland

Fair Employment Commission for each district council in the county of Armagh; and if he will indicate for each such firm and employer the number of employees.

[holding answer 17 July 1990]: Information in the form requested is not readily available and could be compiled only at disproportionate cost. I am advised, however, that the Fair Employment Commission has provided all Northern Ireland Members of Parliament with a draft of its alphabetical register of concerns indicating the number of employees in each concern.

To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when he expects the Fair Employment Commission to release information on community composition from individual monitoring returns from employers.

[holding answer 17 July 1990]: The commission has not yet announced its intentions in relation to releasing such information.