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Wednesday, 29 April 1987
Page: 1981


Senator Sir JOHN CARRICK —I remind the Minister representing the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Acting Attorney-General that some five weeks ago I asked a question of him concerning the former British intelligence operative Peter Wright and the possible implications for Australian intelligence and security. The Minister undertook to get an answer. That answer has not emerged in the subsequent five weeks. As the questions lend themselves readily to factual answers, will the Minister ensure that a detailed reply is available in the immediate days ahead?


Senator GARETH EVANS —I am duly chastised. I will do my best.