HC Deb 29 April 1976 vol 910 c156W
Mr. Kilfedder

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what consultations he has had with the United States Government about the visit of American Customs officials to the United Kingdom to investigate the export of arms and money from the United States of America to the United Kingdom.

Mr. Hattersley

None. But my officials, in collaboration with those of the Northern Ireland Office, have worked closely with representatives of the United States Government in organising this visit, which was, I am glad to say, entirely successful. It represents a good example of the continuing co-operation we receive from the United States Government in tackling the problems of fund-raising and gun-running in the United States.

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