HC Deb 03 March 1937 vol 321 c360
46. Mr. C. Wilson

asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been called to the work of the National Planning Board in the United States, which is engaged in the organisation of housing, transport, town-planning, commerce, and industry; and whether he will consider the sending of a commission to inquire as to the success of the board's efforts in New England and report as to how far they are applicable to the British Isles?

The Prime Minister

Apart from references which I have seen in the Press, my attention has not been drawn to the work of this board. As at present advised, I see no ground for sending a commission for the purposes to which the hon. Member refers.

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