HC Deb 08 November 1911 vol 30 c1782W

asked the Prime Minister whether anything has been done with regard to appointing advisory committees as to appointing magistrates for the county of London?


The names of the advisory committee for the county of London were settled last week, and invitations to them asking them to act have been sent out. The Lord Chancellor has decided, after much consideration, that the best course is to appoint one central committee for London, and to co-opt additional members in respect of different districts. The central committee consists of sixteen.