§ 45. Mr. ROWNTREE
asked the Prime Minister whether the Housing Pan the Reconstruction Committee, presided over by Lord Salisbury, reported on the 355 number of houses which ought to be built for the working classes immediately after the War and as to the best method of getting them built, and generally on the whole emergency housing problem; and whether he will lay the Report upon the Table for publication?
Lieut.-Commander DUDLEY WARD (Vice-Chamberlain of the Household)
I have been asked by my right. hon. Friend to reply to this question. I propose to lay the Memorandum of the Housing Panel upon the Table.