HC Deb 13 December 1944 vol 406 cc1221-2
45. Mr. Perkins

asked the Prime Minister whether the House will have an opportunity of debating the Chicago Conference before the Air Estimates are before the House in the spring.

48. Sir Oliver Simmonds

asked the Prime Minister in what manner it is pro- posed to report to the House upon the proceedings and conclusions of the Chicago Air Conference.

Mr. Eden

I have been asked to reply. The form in which the proceedings and conclusions of the Chicago Air Conference will be brought to the notice of the House and the question of debating them can conveniently be considered when the Minister for Civil Aviation returns from North America. Meanwhile, I have taken note of the inquiries by my hon. Friends.

Mr. Perkins

Will the Debate take place in this House or in another place where the Minister is?

Mr. Eden

There will have to be a Debate in this House, whatever happens in another place.

Sir O. Simmonds

Will my right hon. Friend consider with the Minister when he comes back having a White Paper on this matter, because it is complicated and very urgent?

Mr. Eden

I will consider that.