§ Lord E. PERCY
I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given by me on 18th December last to the hon. Member for Kingston-on-Thames (Mr. Penny), a copy of which I am sending him.2506W
on, and consumption of, milk, bread, sugar, meat, including bacon and poultry, butter and margarine, tea and coffee, in Great Britain during the calendar years 1922, 1923, and 1924, respectively?
The quantity of sugar, tea and coffee registered as entered for home consumption during the years specified was as follows: