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Standing Coiimittee D

Volume 322: debated on Tuesday 13 April 1937

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Colonel Gretton further reported from the Committee; That they had appointed the following Members to serve on Standing Committee D: Mr. David Adams, Sir William Alexander, Mr. Anderson, Sir Adrian Baillie, Mr. Michael Beaumont, Sir Ernest Bennett, Mr. Bossom, the Marquess of Clydesdale, Captain Cobb, Mr. Craven-Ellis, Mr. Stephen Davies, Sir James Edmondson, Mr. Erskine Hill, Sir Henry Fildes, Mr. Charles Gibson, Mr. Gledhill, Mr. James Griffiths, Mr. Edmund Harvey, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Hulbert, Sir George Hume, Mr. Hunter, Sir Percy Hurd, Mr. Jenkins, Lieut.-Colonel Kerr, Mr. Lathan, Mr. Logan, Mr. Maitland, Brigadier-General Makins, Colonel Mason, Sir Richard Meller, Lieut.-Colonel Moore, Mr. Godfrey Nicholson, Major Owen, Captain Plugge, Mr. Kitson, Mrs. Tate, Mr. Watkins, Miss Wilkinson, and Mr. Young.

Colonel Gretton further reported from the Committee; That they had added the following Fifteen Members to Standing Committee D (in respect of the Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions (Voluntary Contributors) Bill): Mr. Ammon, Sir Edward Campbell, Sir George Davies, Miss Lloyd George, Sir Ralph Glyn, Mr. R. S. Hudson, Mr. Keeling, Mr. George Morrison, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Tom Smith, the Solicitor-General, Mr. Tree, Mr. Watson, Mr. Wedderburn, and Sir Kingsley Wood.

Reports to lie upon the Table.