§ Mr. Lawson
asked the Minister of Labour whether he has yet appointed a chairman of the Appellate Tribunal for conscientious objectors in succession to the late Mr. H. A. L. Fisher?
§ Mr. Assheton
The death of Mr. Fisher has necessitated reconstitution of the Appellate Tribunal. On the nomination of the Lord Chancellor, my right hon. Friend has appointed Lord Fleming, a 1421W Judge of the Scottish Court of Session, to be Chairman. He has appointed as members, Sir Cyril Norwood, President of St. John's College, Oxford, and Sir Arthur Pugh, who was a member of the Tribunal as originally constituted.
§ Mr. De Chair
asked the Minister of Labour the number of conscientious objectors who appeared at the East Anglian Tribunal and who have expressed their intention of entering the teaching profession?
§ Mr. E. Brown
Up to the end of April, 1940, 108 persons who appeared before the East Anglian Tribunal at Cambridge as conscientious objectors expressed their intention of entering the teaching profession.