§ 21. Captain CUNNINGHAM-REID
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air if he has yet received any recommendations from the Committee on Civil Aviation presided over by Lord Gorell; and, if not, when he anticipates that the committee will report?
§ Sir P. SASSOON
No, Sir. In view of the importance and complexity of the subjects remitted to this committee, some further time must elapse before they are in a position to render a report. My hon. and gallant Friend will doubtless have noted that the original terms of reference to the committee have been considerably extended and that, in particular, they have been asked to investigate the questions of third party insurance for civil aircraft and Sunday flying. The committee has, however, devoted itself with much energy and assiduity to its tasks and, despite the extent of the ground to be covered, my Noble Friend hopes that he may receive their report by the early summer.