§ 45. Mr. LAMBERT
asked the Prime Minister whether, as agricultural products 988 from the Dominions come in competition with British-grown agricultural products in the British market, he will state what representation British agriculture is to have at the coming Ottawa Conference?
It has always been the Government's intention that British agricultural interests should be represented at Ottawa. The actual representation has not yet been determined.
§ Mr. LAMBERT
Do the Government recognise the principle that the home producer should have the first preference in the home market?
The right hon. Gentleman may be assured that the home agricultural interests will be given consideration at Ottawa.
The SECRETARY of STATE for DOMINION AFFAIRS (Mr. J. H. Thomas)
I am not at present in a position to add anything to the last part of the answer which I gave on this subject to the hon. and gallant Member for the Isle of Wight (Captain P. Macdonald) on 13th April.