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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

Volume 891: debated on Monday 28 April 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what has been the cost to public funds, and what is the purpose, of the NATO exhibition on Waterloo Station.

This exhibition was first mounted in my Department's headquarters in connection with the North Atlantic Assembly in London in Novem6ber 1974. It was designed to illustrate the work of the NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society, with particular reference to United Kingdom projects. The exhibition has subsequently been staged at Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol and Leeds, and is currently on display at Waterloo Station, to give the public the opportunity to learn of the non-military work undertaken under the auspices of NATO in the environmental field.The cost to public funds of producing the exhibition was £4,125. The additional cost of mounting it at Waterloo Station, including additional external treatment and rental, was £1,230.

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what has been the cost to public funds of the leaflet "NATO and the Challenges of Modern Society".