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Volume 983: debated on Thursday 1 May 1980

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asked the Attorney-General if he will list the committees, councils, commissions, and other official bodies to which he and his noble Friend have appointed members other than civil servants that have been established by him since May 1979, and state in each case the names and full-time employments of those appointed.

A review body has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor to examine the work of the Chancery Division of the High Court. The members are the right hon. Lord Justice Oliver and Mr. J. M. Woolf, C.B. who does not hold a full-time post. Apart from this, the answer is " None ".

arise from the existing scope of the exemptions. I do not intend to go beyond this in respect of institutions. Nor do I intend to exempt advertisements and quotations for mortgages granted for purposes other than house purchase and others specified in the order. I have asked the Director General of Fair Trading to keep under review the operation of the exemptions and to report in due course.