HC Deb 05 February 1958 vol 581 c173W
61. Mr. Hyde

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what evidence he has that a coloured photograph for passport purposes will not continue to constitute a recognisable likeness of the subject for at least ten years.

Mr. Ian Harvey

My right hon. and learned Friend is advised by a leading photographic manufacturer and by the photographic section of a Service Department that coloured photographs are not likely to retain their colour for ten years, particularly in hot and humid climates.

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