HC Deb 29 January 1934 vol 285 c17
22. Mr. TOUCHE

asked the Attorney-General what action it is proposed to take with regard to the recommendations of the Committee on Legal Reform?

The ATTORNEY-GENERAL (Sir Thomas Inskip)

The recommendations made in the second interim report of the Business of Courts Committee to which I presume my hon. Friend refers, were received shortly before Christmas, and are at present receiving the careful consideration of my Noble Friend the Lord Chancellor. I am not at present able to make any further statement.


Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman consider the advisability of inviting the observations of the Bar Council and the Committee of the Law Society on this matter?


I understand that both these bodies are about to consider the proposals.

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