HC Deb 28 October 1965 vol 718 cc85-6W
Mr. Owen

asked the Prime Minister whether he will now say who will serve on the committee which will assist him in the preparation of his advice to Her Majesty on the selection of candidates for the Queen's Award to Industry.

The Prime Minister

Yes. I am glad to be able to say that the following have agreed to serve on the Advisory Committee under the Chairmanship of Sir Laurence Helsby, Head of the Home Civil ServiceSir William Black—Chairman, National Research Development Corporation. Sir William Carron—President of the Amalgamated Engineering Union and a member of the General Council of the T.U.C. Sir Maurice Dean—Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Technology. Sir Maurice Laing—President, Confederation of British Industries. Sir William McFadzean—Chairman, British National Exports Council. Lord Kings Norton—Chairman, The Metal Box Company. Sir Richard Powell—Permanent Secretary, Board of Trade. Sir Robert Wynne-Edwards—Chairman, Council of Engineering Institutions.

The Joint Secretaries will be—
Mr. L. Reid Office of The Queen's Award to Industry, 1, Victoria Street, London, S.W.1.
Mr. J. de Pauley