HC Deb 19 April 1928 vol 216 c362
52. Colonel WEDGWOOD

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he can yet make any statement as to the restoration to the town police mission in Greece of the powers originally allotted to them, and of which they were deprived by the Pangalos Government?


I have received no further information on the subject since the date of the right hon. and gallant Gentleman's question on the 15th of February last, and I will ask His Majesty's Minister at Athens for a report.


If this report on the work of Sir Frederick Halliday and his police is satisfactory, will His Majesty's Government press for the carrying out of the terms of the contract which were originally entered into?


I think, as there is every reason to suppose that Sir Frederick Halliday's services have been appreciated by the Greek Government, the result will be satisfactory.