HC Deb 08 October 1924 vol 177 cc535-6W

asked the President of the Board of Trade whether food prices are higher than they were a month ago; and what is now the average increase price over the pre-War level so far as food is concerned?


I have been asked to reply. The information received up to the present is not sufficient to enable me to state the average increase in food prices at 1st October over the pre-War level, which is due to be published next week. It is certain, however, that it will be higher than 66, which was the average increase at 1st September.


asked the President of the Beard of Trade whether he can state

Russia. This was the principal object of my inquiries, as complaints had been made to me that English teachers, with an adequate knowledge of Russian, are not available for teaching that language effectively.

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