HC Deb 03 June 1931 vol 253 c186
8. Lieut. - Commander KENWORTHY

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether there has been any increase in the number of British police employed by the Egyptian Government since the spring of 1914; and, if so, to what extent?


There are at present in the Egyptian police 49 European officers, of whom 42 are British, and 292 European constables, of whom 176 are British. In 1914, there were 62 European officers, of whom 44 were British, and 273 European constables. There is, however, no record of the number of the latter who were British.

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