HC Deb 05 June 1907 vol 175 c658
MR. BRODIE (Surrey, Reigate)

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether, in view of the Report of the Royal Commission on Motor Cars, he can see his way to introduce a Bill dealing with the regulations affecting motor traffic, so that an opportunity may be given to the House of Commons and the public generally of discussing its provisions with a view to legislation next session.

(Answered by Mr. John Burns.) The Home Secretary has asked me to reply to this Question. Looking to the statement made by the Prime Minister on Monday last, with reference to the business of the session, there would not seem to be any probability that time could be found for the discussion this year of such a Bill as that suggested. and, in these circumstances, it does not appear to me that there would be any advantage in its being introduced.