23. Commander OLIVER LOCKER LAMPSON
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what the composition of the Oversea Settlement Committee is; how members to it are recruited; who now sits upon the Committee; and whether their selection is upon a partisan basis?
§ Mr. AMERY
With the hon. and gallant Member's permission I will circulate a list of the members of the Oversea Settlement Committee in the OFFICIAL REPORT. The members are appointed by the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, and include representatives of Departments interested and of shipping, besides men and women of special experience in connection with migration. The Committee is constituted on an entirely non-partisan basis.
§ Following is the list of members:
§ The right hon. L. C. M. S. Amery, P.C., M.P., Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs.1008
§ The Earl of Clarendon.
§ H. B. Betterton, C. B. E., M. P. (Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Labour.)
§ T. C. Macnaghten, C.M.G., C.B.E. (Dominions Office).
- J. Ambrose (Liverpool Steamship Owners Association).
- G. E. Baker, C.B.E. (Board of Trade).
- Mrs. Harrison Bell.
- Miss Margaret Bondfield, J. P.
- Viscount Burnham, C.H.
- Sir Wm. Clark, K.C.S.I., C.M.G. (Department of Overseas Trade).
- L. Cuthbertson (Treasury).
- C. W. G. Eady (Ministry of Labour).
- Sir Francis Floud, K.C.B. (Ministry of Agriculture).
- Colonel G. D. Jebb, C.M.G. (War Office).
- A. B. Lowry, C.B. (Ministry of Health).
- W. Lunn, M.P.
- Dame Meriel Talbot, D.B.E.
- Oscar Thompson (Chamber of Shipping).
- Christopher Turnor.