§ 55. Sir J. Langford-Holt
asked the Minister of Transport whether he is168W
services likely to be available are essential for the committees' duty to assess hardship. They do not need financial information, but some is given to them, primarily for background.
I informed the House of the independent investigation by Sir William Carrington. He reported that the financial information already being supplied is appropriate for the committees' purposes. The committees are the best judges of this. And they have accepted his view.