HC Deb 21 April 1926 vol 194 cc1179-80

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs why provision is made in this year's Estimates for an aide-de-camp to the High Commissioner in Egypt, seeing that such an officer was not required by his predecessor?

The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Sir Austen Chamberlain)

No change has been made in the number of aides-de-camp to the British High Commissioner in Egypt, but the pay of one of them has been transferred to the Diplomatic and Consular Vote.