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"Graduate Post"

Volume 32: debated on Wednesday 24 November 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he intends to continue to subsidise the publication of Graduate Post; and if he will make a statement.

[pursuant to his reply, 18 November 1982, c. 230]: The cost of the publication of Graduate Post is met by the publishers—New Opportunity Press. No subsidy is or has been given to it, and the copies of Graduate Post distributed to graduates by the commission's Professional and Executive Recruitment service have been supplied by New Opportunity Press without charge. I have asked the Manpower Services Commission to ensure that taxpayers' money is not used to subsidise the distribution of Graduate Post.