HC Deb 21 February 1964 vol 689 c1630

3.59 p.m.

Mr. David Gibson-Watt (Hereford)

I beg to move, That this House, while noting the continuing migration from country districts to the towns, and faced with a growing population, calls for economic and social policies which will maintain a reasonable balance between town and country. Only a few seconds remain for me to speak. In the debate which has just concluded it was said that the very important question of the future development of the under-developed countries had been debated in the House on four occasions recently and—