Contracts (Control of Prices).

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force. – in the House of Commons on 17th June 1935.

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Photo of Mr Philip Lloyd-Greame Mr Philip Lloyd-Greame , Hendon

The whole object is to ensure that one does not have any excessive profit. I am sure the House realise that, dealing with a very complex variety of contracts with differing circumstances in each, it is impossible to lay down hard and fast rules. What you have to do, in the interests of the public and of the industry, is to get the very best advice you possibly can.