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Members Of Parliament (Telephone Calls)

Volume 932: debated on Thursday 26 May 1977

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asked the Prime Minister whether the assurances given to the House by his predecessor in April 1967, that hon. Members' calls would not be tapped, remains the policy today.

The general policy in relation to the interception of hon. Members' telephones remains as stated by my right hon. Friend the Member for Huyton (Sir H. Wilson) on 17th November 1966 and reaffirmed by the right hon. Member for Sidcup (Mr. Heath) on 16th July 1970 and 21st December 1972.