§ 15. Sir BASIL PETO
asked the Home Secretary whether in view of the difficulties caused by divided control of the police in the detection of crime, and the great increase of fatal accidents to the public and motorists, he will take steps to assume the control of all the police throughout the country, particularly with a view to checking the present prevalent dangerous driving on narrow and blind sections of the roads?
§ Sir W. JOYNSON-HICKS
No, Sir. I think that experience has shown that the exigencies of traffic control and of the detection of crime can be fully met without contemplating any radical change such as my hon. Friend suggests.