HC Deb 05 March 1926 vol 192 cc1774-5W

(Pursuant to promise, in reply to Question by Colonel England, Official Report 9th February, 1926, col. 818), supplied the following information

The hon. and gallant Member has been good enough to inform me, in response to my Answer to his Question on 9th February, that it will meet his wishes if I give him particulars respecting the increases made, since the beginning of 1925, in the import duties of the twenty principal foreign markets for woollen and cotton piece goods exported from this country. The Customs Tariffs of those markets have accordingly been examined and the position as regards the duties on ordinary piece goods (not including such articles as velvet, lace, net, carpets, shawls, and made-up goods in general), is shown in the following paragraphs: