§ MR. LAURENCE HARDY (Kent, Ashford)
I beg to ask Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, in view of the depressed condition of the hop market, and in view of the fact that no beneficial result will be obtained from the abolition of hop-substitutes or from marking of foreign hops during this season unless legislation is proceeded with at once, he can now state on what day he will introduce Bills dealing with these subjects.
§ MR. LLOYD-GEORGE
I cannot at present add anything to my Answer of the 15th instant to a similar Question by the hon. Member for the Rye division of Sussex.
§ *SIR W. J. COLLINS
Will the Bill cover both the abolition of hop-substitutes and the marking of foreign hops as recommended by the Select Committee?