§ 56. Mr. F. Anderson
asked the President of the Board of Trade the quantities of condensed milk, milk powder, and butter-milk powder imported into this country during the year 1936 and to the end of October, 1937, respectively?
As the answer involves a table of figures, I will, with the hon. Member's permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
Does not the right hon. Gentleman think that this importation is bound to continue as long as the Government's milk policy makes it a crime for farmers to sell cheap milk?
§ Following is the answer:
|Table showing the total quantities of the under-mentioned commodities imported into the United Kingdom during the year 1936 and the 10 months ended October, 1937.|
|Description.||1936||January to October, 1937.|
|Thousand cwts.||Thousand cwts.|
|Separated or skimmed||1,363||964|
§ Note.—Particulars of the imports of buttermilk powder are not separately recorded in the trade returns of the United Kingdom.