§ 14. Sir J. LONSDALE
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware that Irish cattle exporters, complain of the cost of war risk insurance; and if the Government will place the Irish cattle trade upon an equal footing with the trade in frozen and chilled meat by allowing Irish exporters to participate in the benefits of the State-aided scheme of insurance against war risks?
The Board of Trade have received some representations with regard to the war risk insurance on Irish cattle. Cattle from Ireland can be insured under the Government insurance scheme under exactly the same conditions as other cargo.