§ Mr. Selwyn Lloyd
I have nothing to add at present to the reply I gave to the hon. Member's supplementary question on 14th November.
§ Mr. Oram
Is not consumer satisfaction the final test of sound economic planning, and ought not organisations of consumers to be represented equally with organisations of producers? Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman consider the possibility of extending the number of proposed independent members and include among them someone conversant with consumer interests?
§ Sir Richard Pilkington
Has my right hon. and learned Friend noted that at least one hon. Lady opposite who is in the Chamber hopes that absolute chaos will be produced in the planning council by the presence there of the Trades Union Congress?
§ Mr. Stonehouse
Will the Chancellor consider allowing representation to the Co-operative Movement, which represents 12 million consumers?