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Erp (Publicity)

Volume 463: debated on Tuesday 22 March 1949

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what steps are being taken to make known to the British public the extent to which our present standard of living and our hopes of recovery are dependent upon the help received from the United States of America under the Marshall Plan.

The vital part in our recovery plans and achievements played by United States help under E.R.P. has been and will continue to be emphasised in Ministerial statements and official publicity, including the Economic Survey, its popular version, a special booklet, and a film shortly to be issued. An E.R.P. Information Office was recently set up to ensure that full recognition is given to the rĂ´le of E.R.P. in the Government's general economic information programme.