HC Deb 02 December 1920 vol 135 c1462W
Sir J. D. REES

asked the Secretary for Scotland whether, in spite of the disastrous effect of former interferences with the building trade as regards buildings of all classes, his intervention is being sought to restrain, prevent, limit, or discourage the erection of buildings of one particular class; and whether he will take the opportunity to indicate clearly, for the information of Glasgow and Scotland, that the lesson of the past has been learnt and that no interference will be tolerated either in respect of cottages, castles, cinemas, or buildings of any description?


I cannot accept the implication contained in the first part of the hon. Baronet's question, and the second part does not therefore arise.

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