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Greyhound Racing Restrictions

Volume 437: debated on Thursday 22 May 1947

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he will relax the restrictions on greyhourd racing during summer evenings when no artificial lighting is required.

I can only relax these restrictions in any area where I am satisfied that, having regard to its situation or other local circumstances, the relaxation is unlikely to lead to any substantial interference with industrial production.