HC Deb 11 February 1941 vol 368 cc1237-8W
Sir J. Graham Kerr

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether members of the general public have access to the official stenographic reports of the proceedings of Royal Commissions sitting in public; and what facilities are provided for their consulting such records?

Captain Crookshank

Publication of official reports of the proceedings of a Royal Commission is a matter for consideration by the Commission itself. Members of the general public are of course at liberty to take notes of any proceedings held in public.

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