§ 36. Mr. HALL-CAINE
asked the Minister of Agriculture the approximate difference between the amount actually received by the British farmers during 1933 for wheat and the amount they would have received had they been paid the prevalent world price for that commodity?
§ Mr. ORMSBY-GORE
As stated in the reply given to a similar question by my hon. Friend on 16th April, the figure asked for, as regards the cereal year beginning 1st August, 1932, is represented approximately by the deficiency payments to registered producers under the Wheat Act which amounted to £4,510,946.