§ Mr. Kenneth Clarke
asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he will set out those recommendations of the Bolton Report which the Government does not intend to implement, together with the reasons for the Government's refusal in each case.
§ Mr. Cryer
As stated in the answers given on 8th November 1976—[Vol. 919, c. 23] and 22nd November 1976—[Vol. 919, c. 929]—six recommendations in the Bolton Report have not been acted on, consisting of those in paragraphs 13.58, 13.62, 13.76, 15.32, 18.39 and 18.40. At the time they were considered, all were regarded as unacceptable in principle. In addition, recommendations 13.58 and 18.40 were regarded as impracticable.