HC Deb 03 March 1975 vol 887 c315W
Mr. Maxwell-Hyslop

asked the Attorney-General whether the Director of public Prosecutions referred to him the question whether Robert Alfred Clark should be prosecuted in connection with contracts placed by Stevenage Council with Gibbons Contractors; what decision he reached; and what were the reasons for reaching it.

The Attorney-General

In my unavoidable absence the Director of Public Prosecutions placed the papers in this case before my hon. and learned Friend the Solicitor-General with a strong recommendation that the evidence was insufficient to warrant proceedings. My hon. and learned Friend studied the papers and agreed. Since the hon. Member put down his Question I have studied the papers and I entirely agree with the Director and my hon. and learned Friend.

RAF Casualties
Accidents Aircraft Destroyed/Lost Cost Killed Seriously injured
17 12 12.5 4 2

One aircraft originally categorised as destroyed has now been assessed as repairable.