§ 34. Mr. ROLAND ROBINSON
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air, what steps the Government have taken to make themselves responsible for the proper identification by night of points dangerous to night-flying air pilots; and whether he will cause an inquiry to be made into all such points of danger, with a view to their proper identification both in light and in darkness at the Government's expense?
§ Sir P. SASSOON
The question to which my hon. Friend refers is under active consideration. He will, no doubt, have observed that notice has been given of an Amendment of the Air Navigation Bill, now in Committee, to provide for the lighting of certain obstructions, and I should prefer to await the result of discussion of this Amendment before making any further statement.