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Manpower Committee

Volume 496: debated on Wednesday 20 February 1952

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asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what means were used by the Tanganyika Committee on Manpower to consult African opinion in the territory, in view of the fact that no African members were appointed to the Committee.

This Committee decided to confine itself to a few main recommendations on basic aspects of the manpower problem, on which adequate factual information was available, without taking evidence from employers or employees of any race.