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Thursday, 16 May 1957

Sir ARTHUR FADDEN - The whole of the subject covered by the honorable gentleman's question involves far-reaching policy that must be treated by the Government in due course in a well-considered way. A sub-committee of Cabinet has been set up to investigate and report, on the broadest possible basis, on the transport problem generally. There is no concentration on rail transport; the whole transport problem - rail, road, sea and air - will come within the scope of that subcommittee's investigation.

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