§ Sir I. Fraser
Will the Minister also circulate the qualifications of these persons, and in particular see whether any one of them represents what might be called the ex-Service man's point of view, in view of the desirability of carrying all sections of the community with him?
§ Following are the names:
§ Sir Robert M. Gould, C.B., Chief Industrial Commissioner, Ministry of Labour and National Service (Chairman).
§ Professor R. G. D. Allen, O.B.E., Professor of Statistics, London University.
§ Dr, A. B. Badger, representing the nationalised industries.
§ Mrs. T. Cazalet-Keir.
§ Mr. Lincoln Evans, C.B.E., representing the Trades Union Congress.
§ Mr. J. A. Hough, representing the Cooperative Movement.
§ Sir Frederick Leggett, C.B.
§ Mr. A. H. Mathias, C.B.E., representing the Retail Distributive Trades Conference.
§ Mr. E. C. Ramsbottom, C.B.E., representing the British Employers' Confederation.
§ Mr. J. R. N. Stone, C.B.E., Director of Department of Applied Economics, Cambridge.
§ Miss D. S. Tomkinson, O.B.E., J.P., representing the National Federation of Women's Institutes.
§ Mr. W. Allen, M.B.E., Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Labour and National Insurance, Northern Ireland.
§ Mr. M. Compton, Director of Statistics and Intelligence, Ministry of Food.
§ Mr. J. M. Fearn, Economic Adviser, Scottish Office.
§ Mr. R. F. Fowler, C.B.E., Director of Statistics, Ministry of Labour and National Service.
§ Mr. C. T. Saunders, Assistant Secretary, Central Statistical Office.
§ Mr. J. Stafford, Director of Statistics, Board of Trade.