HC Deb 29 January 1930 vol 234 c1008W

asked the Minister of Transport when he expects to be ready with his scheme to deal with London traffic; how much progress has been made in his negotiations with traffic combine and other interests; whether legislation is contemplated; and. if so, when he expects to be in a position to introduce it?


As I have already informed the House, Sir William McLintock has been appointed to advise the Government on the financial aspects of this matter, upon which he is actively engaged. The hon. Member will recall that in announcing the policy of the Government I said that no further statement was to be expected for some time—and that time has not yet arrived.