HC Deb 28 April 1936 vol 311 cc751-2W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in connection with the increased duty on imported foreign lager beer, any undertaking is to be obtained from the brewers

these industries recorded as wholly unemployed and temporarily stopped, respectively, in Great Britain at a date towards the end of March of each year since 1933. The figures include small numbers of persons whose unemployment books remained lodged at the Employment Exchanges at the dates specified, and who were not known to have obtained employment, though they were not actually registering as unemployed on those dates.

that a larger quantity of British barley shall henceforward be used in the brewing of British lager beer?


I do not consider that any further undertaking is necessary in this connection.