HC Deb 28 February 1934 vol 286 cc1104-5

asked the Home Secretary whether he has yet considered the letter sent to him by the hon. Member for Gillingham (Sir R. Gower) calling his attention to the fact that it is proposed to hold at the White City, London, a world contest rodeo, and pointing out that in connection with this contest rodeo a large number of horses and steers will be employed, and requesting that, having regard to the fact that such exhibitions offend the public sense of decency, he will take the necessary steps to prevent this contest rodeo being held; and whether he has any statement to make?


On receipt of the hon. Member's letter, I caused certain enquiries to be instituted. These enquiries have not yet been completed, and I shall be much obliged if the hon. Member will be good enough to repeat his question one day next week.

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