§ 46. Mr. FELL
asked the Prime Minister if he can arrange that the five Cabinet Ministers who are Members of the House of Commons and who form the War Committee can be relieved of a large part of their Departmental work and the duty of attend- 190 ing the House of Commons daily to answer questions, so that they may be able to give their undivided attention to the prosecution of the War?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I am afraid it is impossible for the Ministers who constitute the War Committee to delegate a large part of their Departmental responsibilities, as this would deprive the Committee of the administrative experience which the heads of the Departments concerned possess.