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As one of the members of the public who attended the inquiry, may I ask the hon. and learned Gentleman if he is aware that I had correspondence with Sir Anthony Eden about the conduct of the inquiry and that at the inquiry it was promised that there would be no subsidiary industries, yet in addition to that mentioned by the hon. Member a second subsidiary industry is now being planned, and that thus two promises have been broken?
Mr. B. Harrison:
asked the Paymaster-General if he will give a general direction to the Central Electricity Authority to review its arrangements for co-ordinating the work of those branches of the Authority responsible for providing generating plant and those responsible for distributing electricity.
Does not my hon. and learned Friend think it pretty disgraceful that when one gets planning approval for a building like this a subsidiary building has to go up which was not considered in the original planning? It is essential that there should be some co-ordination in the Central Electricity Authority.