§ 20. Mr. Rifkind
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what is his assessment of the consequences for the Scottish economy of possible withdrawal by the United Kingdom from the EEC.
§ Mr. Millan
I have nothing to add to the answer which I gave to the hon. Member on 7th April.—[Vol. 889, c.349.]305W
§ 21. Mr. Fairbairn
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what communication he has had from the Scottish NFU about its views on the effects on Scottish agriculture of leaving the EEC; and if he will make a statement.
§ Mr. Hugh D. Brown
I have been informed that the union has advised its members that, in its view, it is in the interests of Scottish agriculture as a whole that the United Kingdom should remain within the EEC.