Oral Answers to Questions — Flying Accident, Cheshire.

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 26th April 1928.

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Photo of Mr George Garro-Jones Mr George Garro-Jones , Hackney South

Is it not a fact that in this case the landing in an unsuitable field was only the approximate cause of the accident, whereas the real cause was something else; and will he not sub-divide the explanations in which they are all classified as "errors of judgment" when some other cause precedes the error of judgment?