HC Deb 01 December 1955 vol 546 c248W
Mr. Janner

asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food the number of trainees who have passed through the forestry schools of the Forestry Commission in the post-war period; how many of the trainees on passing out went into Forestry Commission service; and how many were retained in the Forestry Commission service for one, two, three, four or five years.

Mr. Amory

The following is the information:

of the more important decisions taken at the Conference and of the attitude adopted on each of them by the U.K. delegation. A report of the Conference will be published later by the F.A.O. It remains the policy of the Government to support the objects of the Organisation, to contribute to its funds and to take an active interest in the promotion of practical measures designed to help those countries needing it, to expand and improve the efficiency of their food production and so to raise their nutritional standards.

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