HC Deb 02 June 1938 vol 336 cc2235-6
70. Mr. A. Edwards

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he will take steps to put an end to the irritating formalities of customs authorities which tend to give unpleasant impressions to foreign visitors?

Captain Wallace

I understand that the hon. Member has in mind an individual complaint which has appeared in the Press. I am having inquiries made and will communicate the result to him when they are completed.

Mr. E. Smith

Is it not a fact that whatever irritations there are in connection with the customs here, they are nothing to what British visitors have to put up with when visiting foreign countries?

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