§ 75. Mr. EVELYN CECIL
asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, bearing in mind the large number of life assurance agents and friendly society collectors in the Kingdom, and the desirability of securing their general acceptance of any Report by the Committee of Inquiry into Industrial Assurance about to be appointed by His Majesty's Government, he will reconsider his decision not to give them direct representation upon the Committee?
§ Mr. BRIDGEMAN
The constitution of the Committee to be appointed to inquire into industrial assurance has not yet been settled. The suggestion of my right hon. Friend that insurance agents and friendly society collectors should be given a direct representation on the Committee has already been carefully considered, and my right hon. Friend, the President of the Board of Trade, does not see his way to include them.