§ Mr. BYRNE
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he is aware of the quantities of printed matter which have been sent from England to Ireland in connection with Government Departments; if he is aware that quantities have recently been delivered to the Food Control Committee; and if he will see that printing for Government use in Ireland shall be done in Ireland?
§ Mr. BALDWIN
Copies of statutory rules and Orders issued by the Ministry of Food and the Food Journal are sent from England to Ireland for the use of the Irish Constabulary, the Dublin police, and the Dublin Food Control Committee. These publications are printed for the Ministry of Food, and the small number of copies required by Irish Departments is supplied to them. In two or three cases some special forms issued by the Ministry of Food were printed in England and sent to Ireland. The usual rule is, however, that printing for Government use in Ireland is done in Ireland, and this rule will be adhered to so far as possible.