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Orders of the Day — Wine Production (23 Feb 1984)

Mrs Peggy Fenner: ...some of the labels. I confess that I have not seen a label with a rolling countryside. Rougemont is a perfectly respectable label, showing Rougemont castle. That wine is made in the Exeter area by Whiteways at Whimple in Devon. Another one to which my hon. Friend referred is Belgrove. To my certain knowledge, Belgrove is a non-existent place and there can be no risk of confusion. As to...

Orders of the Day — Apples (Import Quota) (10 Nov 1969)

Mr Peter Mills: ...cider-making. That produce may be heavily subsidised, as French cheese is. The effect on producers of cider apples in the South-West has been disastrous. Many have gone out of business. Firms like Whiteways, Bulmers and other big cider manufacturers have been getting a large proportion of their apples from France. I regret this, because cider apples fit into the pattern of farming in the...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 1. — (Tobacco.) (5 Jun 1956)

Sir John Hall: an untapped source of revenue not yet explored by the Treasury. A tax might be imposed on all cider, whether of a higher alcoholic content or the ordinary cider which we know under the names of Whiteways, Gaymers, Bulmers, or whatever it might be. I consider that we are making heavy weather of this Amendment. It is obvious that the whole reason of the Clause is to force manufacturers to...

Orders of the Day — Death Penalty (Abolition) Bill: Clause 1. — (Abolition of Death Penalty.) (25 Apr 1956)

Mr Reginald Paget: was committed, by a person previously convicted of murder. As to the general aim of the Amendment, although it does not achieve it, I would make this comment: we hear about the Haigs and the Whiteways, but by far the most common form of mass murder is the case of the man who, in desperation, turns the gas on, kills his wife and a couple of children, and then is brought round before he...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (15 Jul 1937)

Mr Robert Morrison: ...that are called sweets in this Clause. I have here a bottle of one of the most popular brands. It is called "Rich White Wine" and is sold by off-licence holders. Another bottle I have here is of "Whiteways Ginger Wine." I produce these two small bottles in order to show that there is nothing in the argument used on the last occasion, when it was suggested that people might go into an...

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