HC Deb 02 August 1951 vol 491 cc242-3W
Mr. Hutchinson

asked the Attorney-General to state the classes of officials for whom statutory authority exists to enter private dwelling-houses without any warrant and the respective statutes under which this authority exists.

Mr. Jay

Pursuant to his reply [OFFICIAL REPORT, 14th June, 1951; Vol. 488, c. 201], supplied the following:

the Report of the Electricity Sub-Committee on the arrangements for load spreading by industry during the coming winter months.

Mr. Robens

Yes. The Electricity Sub-Committee's Report has been considered and its recommendations accepted by the Government. The Report will be published next week. I am glad to say that the British Employers' Confederation and the General Council of the Trades Union Congress have promised their full support in putting the recommendations into effect in the coming winter. The Regional Boards for Industry will shortly be asking firms and organisations for their co-operation in making the necessary arrangements. I should like to take this opportunity of paying tribute to the regional boards and their district committees for their unremitting efforts to assist in working out a solution to this difficult problem.

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