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Liabilities (War-Time Adjustment) Act

Volume 387: debated on Wednesday 17 March 1943

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asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider the appointment of a special committee, on which both the Treasury and the interests concerned will be represented, to investigate the problems raised by war measures in certain areas, of which he has been informed?

The Liabilities (War-time Adjustment) Act, 1941, was passed to provide a measure of relief to persons including those in the areas in question who are financially affected by war circumstances. I do not think that any special committee is required.