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Volume 649: debated on Monday 20 November 1961

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asked the Lord Privy Seal how many officials are employed in the Foreign Office on the full-time study of the problems of disarmament.

As the then Minister of State said on 15th February in reply to the hon. Gentleman the Member for Glasgow, Craigton (Mr. Millan), the study of disarmament problems in the Foreign Office is dealt with by the Atomic Energy and Disarmament Department. It is not the practice to give precise numbers of those serving in particular Departments.