The CAA Chief Executive comes before the APPG-GA tomorrow (10th July) so publication today is apposite.
Late to this thread I've only read through the report once. However the glaring omission in my opinion is the operation of CAP1616 wrt application for change in Class G.
It is airspace, but not like the bounded volumes the Inquiry focussed on. So in terms of proportionality and fairness, I question how the regulator regulates the introduction of, say, an IAP in Class G where no new controlled airspace is requested to be created.
Apart from that any spotlight shone on this vexed subject can only be to the good.