HC Deb 27 July 1965 vol 717 cc96-7W
Mr. Rowland

asked the Minister of Labour who are the members of the committee appointed by the National Joint Advisory Council to consider the preservation of pension rights; what are their qualifications; how often they have met; and when they are expected to report.

Mr. Gunter

The members of the Committee, which is under the Chairmanship of Mr. A. M. Morgan, C.M.G., of the Ministry of Labour, are as follows:

Mr. V. R. Jackson British Employers Confederation
Mr. L. Levy
Mr. N. Y. Cobb, M.B.E.
Mr. P. H. Jones
Mr. J. Heritage Trades Union Congress
Mr. M. W. Reynolds
Mr. R. Boyfield
Mr. K. Graham
Mr. A. S. V. Skilton Nationalised Industries
Mr. W. H. G. Cocks, C.B.E., F.I.M.T.A., F.S.A.A. Local Authorities
Mr. F. G. Jones, F.I.M.T.A., F.R.V.A.
Mr. F. M. Redington, M.A., F.I.A. Life Offices Association and Associated Scottish Life Offices
Mr. L. A. Ellwood, M.A., LL.B. National Association of Pension Funds

In addition H.M. Treasury, the Government Actuary's Department, the Board of Inland Revenue, the Ministry of Labour and the Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance are represented on the Committee.

The Committee has so far met on eight occasions and is expected to report some time later this year.