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Thursday, 11 October 1956


Mr MORGAN (REID, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Does the Prime Minister receive reports from time to time on the Commonwealth Security Service, to enable him to form some opinion of the extent and value of that service? As the Parliament is asked from time to time to vote large amounts of money for this service, can the right honorable gentleman give the House an outline of its activities, and inform honorable members, for instance, of the number of persons employed, any prosecutions that are or have been launched, and the number of subversive elements, if any, that have been tracked down?







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