Dumping of German Wheat.

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 30th October 1929.

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Photo of Dr Christopher Addison Dr Christopher Addison , Swindon

I am well aware of that fact. The Motion, however, is on German wheat and, while it necessarily provokes some observations on the in-stability of wheat prices and what are the causes of that instability, it in no way calls for a general exposition of the Government's agricultural policy. Really the Noble Lord drives me into saying this: we have something to clean up— perhaps I had better leave it at that.