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Trunk Roads Money

Volume 415: debated on Thursday 8 November 1945

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Considered in Committee, under Standing Order No. 69.

[MR. HUBERT BEAUMONT in the Chair]


That for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to amend the law relating to trunk roads it is expedient to authorise the payment out of moneys provided by Parliament of such sums as may be required—

  • (a) to be paid into the Road Fund for the purpose of meeting the expenses incurred by the Minister of War Transport with the approval of the Treasury under the said Act in the construction, maintenance, repair or improvement of roads, and such of his expenses in other dealing with roads (including expenses incurred in the acquisition of land under the said Act or in managing, improving or otherwise dealing with such land) as may be determined by the said Minister with the consent of the Treasury; and
  • (b) to defray any other expenses of the said Minister under the said Act;
  • and the payment into the Exchequer of any sums received by the said Minister under the said Act.—( King's Recommendation signified.)—[ Mr. Barnes.]

    Resolution to be reported Tomorrow.