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Kitchen And Refreshment Rooms (House Of Commons)

Volume 395: debated on Thursday 2 December 1943

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Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Amendment to Question [ 25th November], "That the Committee do consist of Seventeen Members," which Amendment was to leave out the word "Seventeen," and to insert instead there-of the word "Seven."

Question again proposed, "That the word Seventeen 'stand part of the Question."

Question put, and agreed to.

Main Question put, and agreed to.

Committee accordingly nominated of Sir Ernest Bennett, Sir Reginald Blair, Captain Sir William Brass, Mr. Douglas Cooke, Viscountess Davidson, Sir Henry Fildes, Mrs. Hardie, Mr. Horabin, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Liddall, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Thomas Moore, Mr. R. C. Morrison, Mr. Muff, Lieut.-Colonel Sir Assheton Pownall, Mr. Bracewell Smith, Colonel Sir A. Lambert Ward and Mr. Arthur Young.

Ordered,

"That the Committee have power to send for persons, papers and records."

Ordered,

"That Three be the quorum."—[Major Sir James Edmondson.]