§ 47. Mr. MANDER
asked the Prime Minister if he is aware that orders for aeroplane engines for naval aircraft are being placed in this country by Japan; and whether he will consider the advisability of placing an embargo on such orders in present circumstances by international action?
§ viously obtained from each; and whether he will make an announcement, without delay, as to the intentions of the Government with regard to re-imposing these duties?
§ Mr. RUNCIMAN
The Safeguarding Duties on lace, cutlery, gloves, gas mantles and packing and wrapping paper have expired during the period mentioned. With my hon. and gallant Friend's permission I will circulate particulars of the revenue obtained from these duties in the OFFICIAL REPORT. As regards the last part of the question cutlery, gloves and packing and wrapping paper are included in the Order made on the 20th November under the Abnormal Importations (Customs Duties) Act.
Sir F. HALL
In the case of those not included in those previously safeguarded, will the right hon. Gentleman take steps to see that the duties are re-imposed?
§ Following are the particulars:
§ proper thing that this and other countries should be in the position—
§ Mr. MANDER
The question I wanted to put to the Prime Minister was whether he does not think that steps—