HC Deb 09 November 1933 vol 281 cc301-2

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education whether it is proposed to invite the Joint Committee on Teachers' so, who is to take the place of the late Lord Burnham as chairman?


My Noble Friend has been fortunate in securing the consent of the right hon. The earl of Onslow, chairman of committees in another place, to be nominated as successor to the late Lord Burnham as Chairman of the Standing Joint committees on Teachers' salaries. His appointment will enable the Committees to resume their meetings. My Noble Friend desires to take this opportunity of placing on record his deep sense of the loss which has been sustained by the death of Lord Burnham, who had been Chairman of the Committees since their inception.