§ 73. Mr. Biggs-Davison
asked the President of the Board of Trade what representations have been received from Commonwealth Governments and producers and commercial bodies overseas about the loss of Commonwealth preference caused by the adoption of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development plan of generalised preferences.
§ Mrs. Gwyneth Dunwoody
Some representations have been received from Commonwealth Governments. There 95W will, of course, be full Commonwealth consultations before any new preferential arrangements can be implemented. MBER 1969 Written Answers 96row traffic such as Hayes, Harlington, Windsor and Chelsea experience no greater air pollution than comparable areas not affected by Heathrow traffic.