§ 94. Captain BENNETT-GOLDNEY
asked the Secretary of State for War if he can say whether the War Office is satisfied with the quality and quantity of our aircraft output; if not, whether any defect or deficiency can be attributed to the present system of dual control and administration; and whether the Army Council is now in favour of a reconstructed or numerically strengthened Air Board with responsible executive powers?
§ Major BAIRD
(representing the Air Board) I have been asked to answer this question. The matters to which it refers are dealt with in a Report which Lord Curzon, as President of the Air Board, has recently made to the Government. This Report is now under consideration, and it is not for the moment possible for me to say anything further on the subject.