§ Q10. Mr. W. Hamilton
asked the Prime Minister whether he will invite President Kennedy to this country in the next few months.
§ The Prime Minister
For the present I have nothing to add to the answers I gave to the hon. Member for Dewsbury (Mr. Ginsburg) on 26th February.
Date Appointed Chairman Subject Date Reported 15th May, 1946 Lord Cohen Awards to Inventors 13th December, 1948 (1st) 28th November, 1949 (2nd) 26th January, 1953 (3rd) 24th June, 1946 Lord Du Parcq Justices of the Peace (1946–48) 5th May, 1948 14th April, 1947 Sir William Ross The Press (1947–49) 13th June, 1949 4th May, 1949 Sir Ernest Gowers Capital Punishment (1949–53) 5th September, 1953 28th April, 1949 Sir Henry Willink Betting, Lotteries and Gaming (1949–51) 16th March, 1951 2nd January, 1951 Lord Cohen and subsequently Lord Radcliffe Taxation of Profits and Income 13th February 1953 (1st) 9th April 1954 (2nd) 20th May, 1955 (3rd) 3rd May, 1951 Lord Tedder University Education in Dundee (1951–52) 24th April, 1952 8th September, 1951 Lord Morton of Henryton Marriage and Divorce (1951–55) 20th December, 1955 25th July, 1952 Earl of Balfour Scottish Affairs (1952–54) 21st July, 1954 1st January, 1953 Sir Hugh Dow East Africa (1953–55) 16th May, 1955 16th November, 1953 Sir Raymond Priestley Civil Service (1953–55) 10th November, 1955 20th February, 1954 Lord Percy of Newcastle Mental Illness and Mental Deficiency (1954–57) 7th May, 1957 1st December, 1955 Sir Ivor Jennings Common Land (1955–58) 11th July 1958 27th March, 1957 Sir Harry Pilkington Doctors' and Dentists' Remuneration (1957–60) 10th February, 1960 10th December, 1957 Sir Edwin Herbert Local Government in Greater London (1957–60) 3rd October, 1960 25th January, 1960 Sir Henry Willink Police 15th November, 1960 (interim) 24th May, 1962 (final) 4th March, 1961 Lord Shawcross The Press (1961–62) 5th September, 1962