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Royal Commission On Taxation (Chairmanship)

Volume 497: debated on Monday 10 March 1952

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asked the Prime Minister whom he intends to recommend for appointment as the chairman of the Royal Commission on Taxation of Profits and Income in place of Lord Waverley.

Will the Prime Minister bear in mind that the man needed for this post is a chartered accountant who has a knowledge of big business and who is not liable to accede to the pressure of vested interests? Would he not agree that Mr. Steven Hardie would be the ideal man for the job?