§ Mr. Iain Macleod
The Report is about to be published and I expect to lay it before Parliament tomorrow. It is the intention that the Report should be considered at a Constitutional Conference to be held in London in Sep-96W
each of the following grades, namely, chief inspector, deputy chief inspector, senior principal inspector, principal inspector, senior inspector at head office, and inspector (higher grade) at head office.
§ Sir E. Boyle
The following table gives the figures asked for, except that it is not possible, without undue expenditure of labour, to separate retirements of senior inspectors and inspectors (higher grade) at head office from retirements from those grades as a whole. In addition to the figures shown, there were 37 resignations—3 senior inspectors and 34 inspectors (higher grade).
tember. In the meantime the Report will be considered by Her Majesty's Government, the Protectorate Government and, I am sure, by all concerned in Uganda. Whilst I cannot anticipate the decision that may be reached at the Constitutional Conference I feel confident that the Report, which is both clear and constructive offers much promise of an acceptable solution being found to the major constitutional problems confronting Uganda today. I wish to record my gratitude to Lord Munster and his colleagues for the contribution they have made.