§ 83. Captain R. TERRELL
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture if he can now state when he proposes to introduce the Agricultural Bill into the House?
The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of AGRICULTURE (Sir Arthur Boscawen)
I would refer my hon. Friend to the reply I gave yesterday to the hon. Member for Ripon (Mr. E. Wood).
§ Captain TERRELL
Is it a fact that the Cabinet is in disagreement to-day with the Cabinet's agricultural policy as announced by the Prime Minister at the Caxton Hall on 21st October, 1919?
Sir A. BOSCAWEN
I have no information as to what happened in the Cabinet to-day, but I should be greatly surprised if that were the case.
§ Mr. BILLING
Will the right hon. Gentleman give this matter urgent and serious attention, as the condition of the farming industry in the country to-day is very serious, as many Members who represent agricultural constituencies know very well?