§ 50. Mr. Brockway
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what decisions have been reached on the proposals made as a result of the consultations in Swaziland regarding its future constitution.32W
It must be noted that the unit values given are the average of several commodities and will, therefore, vary with any changes in the commodity composition within the heading.
§ Mr. Warbey
asked the President of the Board of Trade what was the total value of the imports and exports, respectively, of women's nylon stockings during each of the five years 1958–62; and what were the separate figures for trade with Italy, Austria, France, West Germany, Eire and Sweden, respectively.
§ Mr. Erroll
I regret that figures for imports of women's nylon stockings are not separately distinguished in the trade statistics. The following information, which relates to all stockings, socks and the like, containing more than 50 per cent. by weight of man-made fibres is, however, available:
and the like. The following are the details:
§ Mr. Sandys
I have nothing to add to my reply to the hon. Member for Middlesbrough, East (Mr. Battomley) on 26th March.
Meanwhile my noble Friend the Minister of State will be leaving on Thursday on a short visit to Swaziland.