HC Deb 22 July 1931 vol 255 c1477
31. Mr. PERRY

asked the Minister of Transport if his attention has been called to the number of fatal and serious accidents which have occurred at Barton Seagrave, on the Kettering-Burton-Latimer road; and whether, as the county council have not yet taken action with regard to the nature and camber of the road, despite their attention being drawn to the matter, he will make representations to them in order to minimise the dangers to the public?


My attention has not been called to any accidents at Barton Seagrave, on the Kettering-Burton-Latimer road, nor have I received any complaints as to the condition of the road at this point. If my hon. Friend will furnish me with the necessary particulars, I will cause inquiries to be made.

Lieut.-Colonel ACLAND-TROYTE

Is not the county council the best judge of what is necessary?


That seems to be a matter of opinion.