HC Deb 30 December 1912 vol 46 cc28-9
52. Mr. BOYTON

asked whether a letter is being sent to many auctioneers and estate agents by the secret Land Inquiry Committee asking them to say whether, in the district in which their practice is most extensive, there is brisk, good, fair, slack, poor, or non-existent demand by tenants to occupy shops, offices, factories, work shops, and other manufacturing premises; and if this inquiry is made with his sanction and authority, either as Chancellor of the Exchequer or in any other capacity?


As I have repeatedly stated, it is for the Committee to determine its own procedure.