HC Deb 22 November 1926 vol 200 c19
46. Sir W. de FRECE

asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the Come-to-Britain tourist movement, the Government proposes to inquire into the effect of the remaining war-time legislation on the amenities of life by restriction of which the influx of visitors is greatly prejudiced?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)

In any review of the Shops Acts and the Licensing Act, while the interests of our own people would be the primary consideration, due regard would be paid to the point raised by my hon. Friend. As previously stated, the Government is not in a position to take up these questions at present.