§ Mr. George Cunningham
asked the Attorney-General how many cases involving members or former members of the staff of the Crown Agents are currently being examined by the Director of Public Prosecutions to determine whether prosecutions should be brought; how many cases have been considered and decided by the Director of Public Prosecutions; on what date papers on each case were submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions; and what are the reasons for the time taken to decide.
§ The Attorney-General
The Director of Public Prosecutions is currently318W examining one case involving a member or former member of the staff of the Crown Agents. This was referred to him on 9th January 1975. He has not been in a position to reach a decision pending the completion of complex investigations. The Director has not considered and decided any other case concerning any member or former member of the Crown Agents' staff.