§ 48. Mr. R. Morgan
asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the local councils concerned recently objected to advertisements which they consider injuriously affect the views of rural scenery, but that the magistrates took a different view and refused to interfere with the advertisements; and whether he will consider strengthening the law whereby elected bodies will have more power of decision in cases of this nature with a view to protecting public amenities?
§ Mr. H. G. Williams
Will my hon. Friend take steps to make certain that the bureaucrats are not left unchecked by the courts of justice?