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Equal Compensation (Select Committee's Report)

Volume 387: debated on Tuesday 16 March 1943

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46.

asked the Prime Minister whether, now that the Select Committee on Equal Compensation has reported and the minutes of evidence have been published, the Government intend to implement the Report in its entirety, or whether it is proposed that the House should have an opportunity of debating the Report?

The question of policy is under the consideration of the Cabinet, and there will be no undue delay in coming to a decision. Whether a Debate should take place or not must be arranged through the usual channnels.