§ 54. Mr. Greenwood
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what plans he has for Customs inspections to take place on trains and coaches from ports and airports with a view to facilitating the arrival of travellers from abroad.
§ Mr. Barber
This suggestion has been carefully considered many times, but in the circumstances of the United Kingdom the conclusion is that Customs examination on trains and coaches would be inconvenient for travellers and preclude an economical and effective Customs control.