§ 65. Mr. GRAHAM WHITE
asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will consider the advisability of completing the investigations of the Linlithgow Committee, by instituting an inquiry into the prices and methods of distribution of Colonial produce in this country?
My right hon. Friend does not think that an inquiry limited to Colonial produce is necessary, but he is proposing to appoint certain officers to investigate methods of marketing agricultural products in this country, and it is anticipated that their inquiries will include the methods of distribution of imported produce. My right hon. Friend hopes it will be possible to publish from time to time reports on this subject.