§ 67. Mr. ALBERY
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if it is his intention to reimpose those Safeguarding Duties which have recently been removed?
These matters come within the scope of the general inquiry which the Government are undertaking.
No, Sir. I cannot give any such undertaking. I think that obviously these particular duties cannot be considered apart from the general question.
§ Mr. ALBERY
Will the right hon. Gentleman bear in mind that the Safeguarding Duties not only have relation to the balance of trade but also to employment?
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