HC Deb 05 December 1980 vol 995 c186W
Mr. Field

asked the Solicitor-General for Scotland if he will list those reports from Royal Commissions, official departmental committees or from ad hoc advisory groups established by his Department which have been published during the past 10 years by his Department—either totally or jointly with other Departments—and which have yet to be debated in the House.

The Solicitor-General for Scotland

The only report of a departmental committee established by my Department—in conjunction with the Scottish Office—which has not been debated in the House is the first report of the Stewart committee on alternatives to prosecution entitled "The Motorist and Fixed Penalties" published on 4 December 1980 as Cmnd. 8027.

The report recommends an extension of the fixed penalty system to a wider range of minor road traffic offences than are contained in the present fixed penalty System.

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