§ 32. Mr. Hayman
asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation to give an estimate of the cost of printing the report 1191 of the technical panel concerning the Tamar Crossing.
§ 33. Mr. Hayman
asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation if he is aware that people in mid and west Cornwall, interested in the report of the technical panel concerning the Tamar Crossing, have to go to Plymouth to see it; and whether he will send a copy to the clerk to the Cornwall Council Council for inspection at County Hall, Truro.
§ Mr. Hayman
While thanking the Minister for his belated concession—which happened to take place on the day when my Question appeared on the Order Paper—may I remind him that my important constituency of Falmouth and Camborne is 60 miles away from Plymouth and that Cornishmen do not regard Cornwall as an appendage of Plymouth and expect the right hon. Gentleman to remember that?
§ Mr. Boyd-Carpenter
I need no reminding of that. In reply to the first part of the supplementary question, perhaps it was a case of great minds thinking alike.