§ 24. Major GLYN
asked the Secretary of State for War and Air whether, in view of the present condition of a civil aviation industry in this country, he will issue as a Parliamentary Paper a complete statement in regard to the civil aviation branch of the Air Ministry, showing, separately, what results have actually been accomplished up to date; at what cost and how has the money voted been disbursed; what is the settled policy of that Department to be in carrying out the policy adopted by the Government for the future; and in what manner the Department suggests that efforts may be made to encourage the industries engaged in the manufacture of aeroplanes or parts of aeroplanes in this country?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
As I stated in debate on the 11th March last, I hope very shortly to lay before the House a Paper by the Controller-General of Civil Aviation. I think my hon. and gallant Friend will find there the detailed information to which he refers.