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Reference FCO 82/347
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Questions of diplomatic privilege arising from House of Commons Expenditure Committee Report on Accommodation and Staffing in North America (1974)
Description Reciprocal treatment of Canadian and Malawi High Commissions in London. Risk of other States seeking reciprocal treatment in London. Administrative consequences of treating Canada, Malawi and possibly other countries on a reciprocal basis. Includes report "First Report from the Expenditure Committee together with part of the minutes of evidence taken before the defence and external affairs sub-committee. Session 1973-74 Accommodation and staffing in Ottawa and Washington".
Date 1974
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries Canada, Malawi, United Kingdom
Places Alaska; Australia; Britain; Canada; China; Cyprus; Europe; France; Germany; Gibraltar; Ireland; Japan; Libya; Malawi; Malta; New Zealand; Northern Ireland; Uganda; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Greenhill, Sir Denis
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Armed services; Arms; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Committee to Re-elect the President (CREEP); Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Concorde; Congress; Congressional Relations; Conservation; Defence; Department of State; Draft; Economy; Elections; Energy; Environment; Exports; FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation); Federal Reserve; Health; Inflation; Japanese; Ministry of Defence; Nimrod; Oil; organisation; Payments; Pentagon; Plumbers; Pollution; Recession; Shipping; State Department; Strikes; Tariffs; Taxation; Taxes; The Nine; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Treasury; troops; Unemployment; United Nations; Vice President; Vietnam War; Wages; Welfare; withdrawal
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