HC Deb 09 June 1920 vol 130 c414W
Captain BOWYER

asked the Prime Minister whether he can yet make any statement with regard to the abolition of the Central Control Board (Liquor Traffic); whether he gave a promise in 1918 that restrictions should be done away with at an early date; is he aware that in July, 1919, the early dissolution of the Board was promised; what steps will be taken in the matter and how soon the abolition of the Board may be expected; and whether he will, as a first instalment, remove entirely the restriction on working men's, as well as on all other, clubs?


I can add nothing to replies which have already been given to questions upon this subject.