HC Deb 21 April 1915 vol 71 cc260-1
46. Mr. JOHN

asked the Prime Minister whether, in considering at the present juncture the propriety of taking administrative and legislative action in connection with the trade in intoxicating liquors in the Principality, he will ascertain and take into consideration the views of the Parliamentary representatives of Wales, following the precedent set in connection with the Licensing Bill, 1908, introduced by him?


I am not sure that I understand my hon. Friend's suggestion. I shall be very glad to consider representations on this matter put forward by any Welsh Member and to send them on to the Prime Minister.