§ 91. Mr. Boardman
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power what progress has been made by the commission on mining subsidence; when it presented its report; and what action he proposes to take.
§ 92. Mr. T. Brown
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power when the committee appointed to consider the question of damage due to mining subsidence, finished their sittings; and when this House may expect the report from his Department.
93. Miss Lee
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power when the report of the committee inquiring into compensation for damage to property from mining subsidence, was completed; and when the report will be published.
§ 94. Mr. Mainwaring
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether he has yet decided upon legislation, based upon the findings and report of the committee of inquiry into the incidence of mining subsidence, or when a decision may be expected.
§ 95. Mr. Emrys Hughes
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power if he will now make a statement on the report of the committee on mining subsidence.
§ Mr. Robens
The Committee's report which was made on 25th January, is now being printed and will, I hope, be available for publication early in March. As my right hon. Friend said in reply to my hon. Friend the Member for Ilkeston (Mr. Oliver) on 27th January, the report will need careful study and consideration before. a statement can be made.326W
§ Mr. Rhys Davies
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power when the report of the Committee on mining subsidence will be published.
§ Mr. Robens
I would refer my hon. Friend to the answer which I gave today to my hon. Friend the Member for Leigh (Mr. Boardman).