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Mr William Deedes: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether the women's organisations themselves sought this change, and is he aware that it has caused some resentment among serving officers as tending to make not only the women but the Army also look a trifle ridiculous?
Mr William Deedes: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been drawn to the large discrepancy in respect of the year 1948 between Table 20 in the Economic Survey of 1949 and Table 3 in the Economic Survey of 1950; and why a new set of figures has been substituted.
Mr William Deedes: Does the Chancellor of the Exchequer not think that some explanation on these lines should have been included in the Economic Survey?
Mr William Deedes: asked the Minister of Defence what is the latest estimate by his Department of the numbers of deserters from the Army, Navy and Air Force, respectively; and how many of these relate to the period since the end of hostilities.
Mr William Deedes: asked the Postmaster-General when the regulations now being prepared by his Department to prevent the radiation of electro-magnetic energy from interfering with wireless and television reception will be published; and when they will come into force.