HC Deb 10 May 1960 vol 623 cc43-4W
Mr. Prentice

asked the Attorney-General what steps he proposes to take arising from the concluding paragraphs of the first report of the Council on Tribunals, in which they state that their existence is known only to a limited number of people, while their effectiveness must depend upon members of the public drawing matters to their attention; and, in particular, whether he will take steps to give greater publicity to the work of the Council.

The Attorney-General

I hope that the Council's Annual Report and the hon. Member's Question will serve to draw attention to the existence of the Council and the purposes for which it was set up. I do not think there is anything I can usefully do at present to give greater publicity to the valuable work the Council is performing.