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European Common Market

Volume 640: debated on Monday 8 May 1961

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asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what information his Department has supplied to Members of Parliament on the economic consequences to the agricultural community of this country's entry into the Common Market.

None. If we were to enter the Common Market the economic consequences for agriculture would depend on the terms on which we entered and on the provisions of the common agricultural policy of the European Economic Community, which have not yet been worked out.