HC Deb 23 January 1951 vol 483 cc26-7
45. Mr. Perkins

asked the Lord President of the Council whether he will give the House an opportunity to discuss the Motion standing on the Order Paper in the names of the hon. Member for Stroud and Thornbury and other hon. Members, concerning the need for a fog dispersal device for London Airport.

Mr. H. Morrison

I am afraid that I cannot at present find time for the discussion of this Motion.

Mr. Perkins

Does not the Lord President consider it extremely important that London Airport should be equipped with every possible safety device known to science, and should be the most up-to-date airport in the world?

Mr. Morrison

My impression is that London Airport is very well equipped with the most modern equipment. If the hon. Member wishes to pursue the matter by debate, I suggest that he tries his luck in the ballot for Private Members' Motions.

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