HC Deb 03 November 1943 vol 393 cc674-5W
Sir A. Knox

asked the Attorney-General whether, in view of the serious inconvenience and financial loss to litigants, their witnesses and advocates practising in the County Court by reason of the journey to Aylesbury under war conditions of transport, arrangements with the Borough Council of Chepping Wycombe will be made with a view to enabling the County Court to be held at Wycombe as in the past?

The Attorney-General

Consultations have been taking place between my Noble Friend the Lord Chancellor's Department and the Borough Council at Chepping Wycombe and it is hoped that the County Court sittings at High Wycombe can now be resumed at an early date.