§ 13. Mr. SMITHERS
asked the Home secretary whether he will consider the advisability of introducing legislation to repeal the prohibition of the sale of tobacco goods in hotels, restaurants, public-houses, theatres, and music halls and other places where the public resort after 8 p.m., so that persons desirous of being supplied with such goods at convenient times may be able to have them?
§ 16. Sir PHILIP RICHARDSON
asked the Home Secretary whether he is now prepared to take steps to discontinue war-time restrictions upon the sale of tobacco, liquid refreshments, and other necessities of modern life, and place Britain in a position of equality with other countres where no such restrictions exist with a view to encouraging an increased number of foreign tourists to visit this country?
§ Sir W. JOYNSON-HICKS
I would refer to the reply I gave on the 12th instant to questions by the hon. and gallant Member for North Croydon (Lieut.-Colonel Mason), and by the hon. Member for East Islington (Mr. Tasker).