§ 14. Mr. MANDER
asked the Minister of Labour who are the British delegates to the Seventeenth General Conference of the International Labour Organisation now meeting at Geneva; and whether it is intended that a member of the Government shall attend the proceedings at any stage, in view of the importance of the matters under consideration?
§ Sir H. BETTERTON
I will circulate the names of the delegates in the OFFICIAL REPORT. I regret that the pressure of Parliamentary and other business does not permit of the attendance of a member of the Government.
§ Following are the names:
§ Government Delegates:
§ Mr. F. W. Leggett, C.B. (Principal Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Labour), and
§ Sir Walter S. Kinnear, K.B.E, (Controller of Insurance, Ministry of Health),
§ Mr. J. F. G. Price, C.B. (Principal Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Labour),
§ will also act as Government Delegate for certain matters.
§ Employers Delegates:
§ Sir James Lithgow, Bart. (Ex-President of the National Confederation of Employers' Organisations, the Federation of British Industries and the Shipbuilding Employers' Federation).
§ Mr. J. B. Forbes Watson (Director of the National Confederation of En-ployers' Organisations; Member of the Governing Body of the International Labour Office), will act as substitute Delegate representing Employers.
§ Workpeople's Delegate:
§ Mr. Arthur Hayday, J. P. (Vice-President of the National Union of General and Municipal Workers and a member of the General Council of the Trades Union Congress).