Maurice Wright, Treasury Control of the Civil Service, H. J. HANHAM Briton Cooper Busch, Britain and the Persian Gulf, Firuz Kazemzadeh, Russia and Britain in Persia, A Study in Imperialism J. B. KELLY Ralph A. Austen, Northwest Tanzania under German and British Rule: Colonial Policy and Tribal. The Northcote-Trevelyan Report was a document prepared by Stafford H. Northcote (later to be Chancellor of the Exchequer) and C.E. Trevelyan (then Permanent Secretary at the Treasury) about the British Civil sioned in and published in February , the report catalysed the development of Her Majesty's Civil Service in the United Kingdom. Wright, M., Treasury Control of the Civil Service – (Oxford, ). Young, D. M. J., ‘Treasury Control, the Ten Year Rule and British Service Policies, Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing by: 3. Maurice Wright, Treasury Control of the Civil Service – (Clarendon Press, Oxford, ), p. xv. Google Scholar 4. K.C. Wheare, The Civil Service in the Constitution (Athlone Press, University of London, ), p.
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