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Decision or lorries near

24th April 1982, Page 4
24th April 1982
Page 4
Page 4, 24th April 1982 — Decision or lorries near
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

A FINAL Government amount ment on its heavy lorry proi sals will be made very shorl Environment Under-Secretg Lord Bellwin told the House Lords, and added that if he si "shortly" he meant "shortly".

He was replying to a debate the Armitage Report, opened Opposition transpo spokesman Lord Underhill, w said that far too many doul were expressed by Armital and there were far too many sues about which he said thi was need for more research a information.

Lord Lucas of Chilworth, is president of the Institute Transport Administratic pointed out that the cornmerr vehicle manufacturing Indus did not know what to build.

It had to build a pan-EuropE vehicle, not one for BritE another for France, and anotl somewhere else. Without fi proposals on weights, we wol lose export opportunities.


Organisations: FINAL Government

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