§ 10. Mr. DREWE
asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he is aware that flour is being imported from the Continent at prices below the value at the place of origin, with a result that much short time has had to be worked in British mills; and whether he is prepared to take some action to safeguard employment in this country?
§ 23. Mr. RANKIN
asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he is aware of the decision temporarily to close all flour mills in the North-west area of England owing to the accumulation of
§ ment which has been made with that country.
§ Sir J. WARDLAW-MILNE
Is it not the case that, although the Government may be satisfied with the position, those concerned with the trade are very far from satisfied?