Cripps Report
   The Labour Party government in the United Kingdom in 1977 commissioned John Cripps (later Sir John Cripps) to write a report on the working of the Caravan Sites Act of 1968. He wrote a detailed report with many recommendations. Some of these were incorporated in a new Caravan Sites Bill that, however, was never passed due to the fall of the Labour Party government in 1979.

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