§ 64. Mr. C. Hughes
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what changes have been made in the composition of the Council for Wales and Monmouth; what further changes are contemplated; and if he will make a statement on the future of this body.
§ Sir D. Maxwell Fyfe
When the terms of appointment of most of the members of the council expired earlier this year some members were reappointed and a number of new appointments were made. Effect was also given to recommendations made by the council for changes in the procedure for the appointment of members. The appointments were for a period of three years.70W
§ 66. Mr. C. Hughes
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when the Government's White Paper, relating to the memorandum of the Council of Wales which he received in February, 1953, and which was published in July, 1953, will be made available to hon. Members.
§ 67. Mr. C. Hughes
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what advice he has received from the Council for Wales on the introduction of commercial television to the Principality.