Lord Bruce of Donington
asked Her Majesty's Government:
How many representatives of (a) Government, (b) Employers, (c) Employees, there are on the European Social Fund Committee, for each member state including the United Kingdom; what are the names of the United Kingdom representatives and the category of representation applicable to each of them, and what are the annual emoluments attaching to their Committee duties.
§ The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Employment (Viscount Ullswater)
The European Social Fund Advisory Committee for each member state including the United Kingdom is composed of two representatives of Government, two representatives of employees' organisations and two representatives from employers' organisations plus one substitute member for each representative category.
The United Kingdom representatives are:
United Kingdom Government Representatives
Mrs. S. Webber, Department of Employment
Mrs. M. Taylor, Department of Employment
Mr. D. Crawley, United Kingdom Permanent Representation of the European Community
United Kingdom Employees' Representatives
Mr. J. Rogers, Trades Union Congress Mr. R. Grantham, Trades Union Congress
Mrs. A. Gibson, Trades Union Congress
United Kingdom Employers' Representatives
Mr. M. Morton, Oil and Chemical Plant Constructors Association
Mr. A. Moore, Confederation of British Industry
Mr. A. Armitage, Confederation of British Industry
There are no annual emoluments attached to their committee duties.