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It began by enthusiastically collecting information about atomic energy and bombs, but then it found that another Chiefs of Staff Committee, the Joint Technical Warfare Committee, was charged with revising the Tizard report on future weapons. So it turned over all its •matters of fact relating to atomic energy' to this committee, went into suspension and never returned. The Technical Warfare Committee reported in July 1946 that, although it appreciated the profound changes in warfare that atomic energy had brought about, it did not seem likely that changes would take place until at least five years hence.
The Ministerial Committee was later resurrected. Labour's Machinery of Government 23 Conservative Government was to set up a Gen committee at the end of 1952 to consider the organisation of the atomic energy project. The arrangements for security vetting for atomic energy employees were considered by both Labour and Conservative Governments in different Gen meetings. · The role of the atomic bomb was in particular a feature of the periodic reassessments of global strategy (see Chapters 6 and 7).
He could be Paymaster-General and sit in the Lords, thought Attlee, who quickly added, thinking no doubt of Lord Cherwell whom he disliked, that the precedent for this arrangement was not good. Have we a man to take on the job, he asked? The Secretary of the Cabinet marshalled the disadvantages of appointing a Minister confined to atomic energy. His responsibilities would be limited. He could not deal with international policy, which was the responsibility of the Foreign Secretary, nor with strategy, which was the responsibility of the Minister of Defence.
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