– in the House of Commons on 1st October 1931.
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asked the Prime Minister whether the Economic Council is still functioning; whether its membership has been changed since the present Government came into office; and, if so, in what respect and for what reasons?
The answer to the first part of the question is in the affirmative, and to the second in the negative, except for a resignation and the ex-officio attendances; the third part does not therefore arise.
Will the right hon. Gentleman say who has resigned and why he has resigned?
The hon. Member knows that this is not a public committee, and that the names of the committee and its work are not disclosed.
As the names have been published in the Votes of this House, is there any reason why an answer should not be given to my question?
On a point of Order. May I call your attention, Mr. Speaker, to the fact that the Prime Minister was about to reply to my supplementary question?
I do not think that that is the case.
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