§ 46. Mr. CHARLES EDWARDS
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the anxiety as to the continued depression in trade, the Government will appoint a Committee to inquire into the present condition of the industry and commerce of Great Britain, and into the factors influencing its expansion?
§ Mr. CLYNES
Yes, Sir. This matter has been engaging the attention of the Government for some time. They feel that an inquiry sufficiently limited in its scope to be definite in its results, and yet sufficiently wide to be really enlightening, ought to be held. The terms of reference are being carefully considered, and I hope shortly to be able to announce them.