§ 56. Mr. Dumpleton
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will consider adjusting entertainments tax so as to give preferential treatment to cinemas which will undertake to show British films only.
§ Mr. Dumpleton
Will my right hon. Friend bear in mind that there are many members of the cinema-going public who do not wish to see American films in preference to British, but at present have very little choice? Would not this suggestion help our foreign exchange position?
§ Mr. Delargy
Will the Chancellor agree that not only in the interests of the national economy, but also in the interests of the cinema-going public, it is advisable seriously to curtail, the import of American films?