AS a result, it is understood, of a last‐minute change of policy influenced by the views put forward by a deputation of Members of Parliament, the British Government now includes a‐Minister of Cabinet rank appointed “to devote his whole time to carrying forward the work of planning in the field of civil aviation, particularly in its international and imperial aspects”. This means that there are three Cabinet Ministers dealing with air matters— the Secretary of State for Air (Sir arehibald Sinclair), the Minister of Aircraft Production (Sir Stafford Cripps) and the new Minister for Civil Aviation (LORD SWINTON).
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