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Equal Opportunities Officer

Volume 76: debated on Wednesday 3 April 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he will now appoint a departmental equal opportunities officer with responsibility for co-ordinating the Civil Service policy of non-discrimination within his Department.

Original application (closing date 28 August 1984)Withdrawals/Rejections
Divisional OfficeNumberQuota (million litres)NumberQuota (million litres)
Carmarthen (Dyfed)32844·420323·8
Caernarfon (Gwynedd)11110·2666·3
Cardiff (Gwent, Mid-Glamorgan, South Glamorgan and West Glamorgan)9020·9488·4
Llandrindod Wells (Powys)566·5293·3
Ruthin (Clwyd)11620·0648·9
WALES701102·041050·7
It is not possible to make a meaningful distinction between withdrawals and rejections, as some farmers will have given effect to their decision to withdraw by failing to respond to their firm offers in the time allowed.No additional quota is made available as a result of these withdrawals and rejections.