HC Deb 08 November 1976 vol 919 cc33-4W
Mr. Jessel

asked the Secretary of State for Trade if he will publish a table showing the numbers of letters he received by Friday 5th November complaining against the Mole Valley experimental route split, or complaining against increased aircraft noise in places adversely affected by the experiment, analysed (a) by address, dividing into letters received from Teddington, Twickenham including Strawberry Hill, Whitton, Hampton, Hampton Hill, Hampton Wick and addresses outside the Twickenham constituency, (b) showing how many he received direct, how many via hon. Members and how many via other agencies and (c) by date, showing how many were received in the 13 months to 31st July 1976 and how many since that date.

Mr. Clinton Davis

The information requested is as follows:

prima facie point to a small number of airlines engaging in this trade. The evidence is being examined to establish whether there has been a breach of the Air Navigation Order which would warrant prosecution, or whether any other action would be appropriate.

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