§ Captain TERRELL
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the nature of the branches of the Civil Service, either at home or overseas, in which employment is solely reserved to men; and whether to modify such reservation further legislation is needed?
The following posts are reserved to men under Regulations made by the Civil Service Commissioners and laid before this Blouse (Command Paper 1244):—
All posts in the Diplomatic Service and in the Consular Service;
All posts in the Government Services of the Colonies and Protectorates to which appointments are made in the United Kingdom, other than posts for which women may be specially recruited;
All posts in the Civil Services of His Majesty in India to which appointments are made in the United Kingdom, other than posts for which women may be specially recruited;
All posts in the Commercial Diplomatic Service and the Trade Commissioner Service, provided that this reservation is not applicable to the post of Chief Clerk in the respective offices of His Majesty's Trade Commissioners.1958W
These Regulations were made under the authority of the Order in Council of the 22nd July, 1920, made under Section 1 (a) of the Sex Disqualification Removal Act, 1919.