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Tuesday, 6 December 1938

Mr WHITE - The Minister did not seem to understand my question. The Ellington report was given considerable publicity three months ago. The Government received certain replies to its criticisms a month ago. I wish to know whether the Minister will disclose these replies to the public? Does he consider it fair t,o the members of the Royal Australian Air Force that they should remain under censure?

Mr. -STREET.-I. have nothing further to add to my previous reply. Cabinet has not yet had an opportunity to consider the Ellington report. I shall certainly not attempt to forecast the action it will take after it has considered it.

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