Public and Political: General: Political: Select Committee on Procedure., 26 Mar 1958 - 28 Jan 1959
Scope and Contents
Correspondents on Parliamentary procedure, mainly MPs, include: Richard Barlas, Clerk to the Select Committee (8); Eric Johnson; Tudor Watkins, Honorary Secretary, Welsh Parliamentary Party; Sir Robert Grimston; Charles Royle [Labour Party Whip]; Sir Peter Roberts; Edward Iwi [Examiner, Law Society]; Godfrey Lagden; Lynch Maydon; Frederick Corfield; James Stuart [later 1st Lord Stuart of Findhorn], Chairman of the Committee, on whether WSC would wish to be on the Committee; Malcolm MacPherson; Lord Hinchingbrooke [later 10th Lord Sandwich and Victor Montagu]; Ian Orr-Ewing; Ness Edwards; Geoffrey Stevens; [?] Reginald Paget; Sir Keith Joseph; Martin Maddan; John Leavey.Also includes various papers on procedure by individuals including: Sir Edward Fellowes, Clerk of the House of Commons, on the Finance Bill (1958); Edward Heath; a Treasury memorandum on the Finance Bill; Paul Einzig on Parliamentary finance; James Callaghan [Labour spokesman on Colonial Affairs] on debating colonial affairs; Albert Hanson, Reader in Public Administration, University of Leeds, and H V Wiseman, Lecturer in Government, University of Leeds on the use of Parliamentary committees; Sir Robert Grimston; printed proofs of the Committee minutes; a Fabian Society pamphlet on law reform; Geoffrey Stevens on Welsh affairs.
- 26 Mar 1958 - 28 Jan 1959
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