§ 1. Major Sir ARCHIBALD SINCLAIR
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he is yet in a position to make any statement with regard to his plans for the repair of small harbours round the Scottish coast?
§ The SECRETARY of STATE for SCOTLAND (Mr. William Adamson)
The small harbours and piers round the coast of Scotland which are not primarily fishery harbours present special problems of some difficulty. As the hon. and gallant Member will appreciate, prior consideration has had to be given to the important fishery harbours, but the problem of dealing with the small harbours and piers is being considered and will be specially reported upon—I trust at an early date.
§ Sir A. SINCLAIR
Can the right hon. Gentleman say what form the report will take? Will it be a White Paper, or will it be necessary to put down another question?