§ Sir D. Maxwell Fyfe
The first point is a matter which my hon. Friend ought to take up with the Minister of Transport. On the second point, I must say to the House again, as I have tried to make clear on many occasions, that it is not my business, and it is the opposite of my desire, to influence the police in the matter of prosecutions. The police are free, subject to the assistance of the Director of Public Prosecutions, to bring such cases as they like, and I think it would be a very dangerous precedent if this House encouraged the Executive to interfere.