HC Deb 15 May 1924 vol 173 c1537
30. Colonel PERKINS

asked the Home Secretary whether the Carlisle Labour party is represented upon the local Advisory Committee of the State Management Districts Scheme, and, if so, the number of representatives; and whether other political patties are represented upon that Committee and the number of representatives from each party, and who are the present members of that Committee, and the political party, public body, specific organisation, or particular interest of which each member of the Advisory Committee is the representative?


As the answer is necessarily long, I will circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Following is the answer:

The Carlisle Local Advisory Committee, of which the constitution has not changed since the administration of the Carlisle undertaking was transferred to the Secretary of State by the Licensing Act, 1921, is composed as follows:

The Earl of Lonsdale (President), the Mayor of Carlisle (Major H. W. Sewell) ex-officio, Sir Frederick Chance, Mr. Waters Butler, Sir William Towle, Sir Robert Allison, Mrs. Sewell, and the following members nominated by the public bodies specified, viz.: The Chairman, Mr. G. A. Rimington (Cumberland Licensing Committee); Major Salkeld (Cumberland Standing Joint Committee); Mr. R. Dalton and Mr. J. R. Potts (Carlisle City Council); Miss Creighton; Mr. J. P. Buck; Mr. W. P. Gibbings and Mr. George White (Carlisle Licensing Committee); Mr. Bertram Carr (Carlisle Watch Committee); Mrs. Fyfe and Mr. T. Winder (Carlisle Trades Council and Labour Party, formerly known as the Carlisle Trades and Labour Council); Mr. T. Hardy (Maryport Urban District Council); Mr. T. Carey (Maryport Licensing Justices); and Mr. W. Parkin-Moore (Wigton Licensing Justices) with Mr. H. S. Cartmell, Honorary Secretary.