HC Deb 14 November 1934 vol 293 cc1946-7

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air when it is proposed to introduce the legislation necessary to implement those recommendations of the Gorell Committee on Civil Aviation which the Air Council have accepted?


The present intention is to introduce legislation in the next Session of Parliament on those approved recommendations which require legislative sanction. This is, of course, subject to any overriding considerations of Parliamentary time, as well as to the progress of the necessary consultations with the many outside interests concerned. The preparatory work is already in hand. I may add that the less important of the approved recommendations do not require legislation and action is being taken to give effect to them as soon as practicable.