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Marked Crockery

Volume 476: debated on Wednesday 28 June 1950

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asked the President of the Board of Trade when the permission given to British Railways to purchase crockery which has been distinguished by a mark or badge will be extended to other purchasers.

The permission referred to by the hon. Gentleman goes back to 1942. The restrictions on the supply of marked or decorated pottery for the home market can only be relaxed when it is clear that this can be done without diverting labour from production for export.