1. Sir JOHN BETHEL
asked the Pensions Minister whether he will furnish a copy of Mr. Marley Samson's Report of the public inquiry held at East Ham in November and December last with reference to the alleged irregularities of the East Ham War Pensions Committee?
§ The MINISTER OF PENSIONS (Sir Laming Worthington-Evans)
In view of the serious charges of mal-administration sustained against some members of the East Ham Local War Pensions Committee, and the public interest which was taken in this Inquiry, I propose to publish the Report as a Command Paper. It is now with the printers.