§ Mr. STEPHEN
asked the Solicitor-General for Scotland whether, in view of the thousands of people in Glasgow who are threatened with eviction from their homes owing to their inability to pay rents at the present standard, he will consider the introduction of a Bill to reduce rents to the 1914 level?
§ The SOLICITOR-GENERAL for SCOTLAND
The policy embodied in the Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions Act, 1923, which received the Royal Assent as recently as 31st July last, was very carefully considered and the Measure was fully discussed in this House. It is not proposed to introduce a new Bill dealing with this subject at the present time.