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Wednesday, 24 February 1971


Senator COTTON - I regard that as an offensive question.


Senator Georges - You gave me an offensive answer.


Senator COTTON - I did not. I construed from the honourable senator's remarks that he was making a half accusation and I am delighted to hear that he was not. I am pleased also to learn that he shares my high opinion of the Department of Civil Aviation. That gives me great pleasure. The balance of his question was completely foreign to me and eludes me. However, if after reading any of the matter that he has addressed to rue today or in the past I detect any need for further information to be supplied he certainly will get it quickly. If Senator Georges will bear with me a little he will find, by reference (o Hansard, that I have endeavoured to answer properly, quickly and effectively any questions addressed to me on this subject. I have perused Hansard to ensure that I have, and I believe that I have.







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