HC Deb 04 April 1921 vol 140 c30

On Wednesday, 27th April, to call attention to the fact that the continued existence of the war time Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic) is contrary to the undertaking given by the Government at the institution of the said Board, is considered by the people to be a breach of faith, and is a fruitful cause of unrest; that the Board should be dissolved forthwith and its Regulations annulled, and the services of its staff dispensed with; and that these transactions be finally completed by Whitsunday, and to move a Resolution.—[Mr. Raper.]