asked the Lord Privy Seal when he will place copies of the common agricultural policy of the European Economic Community in the Library of the House.
The objectives of the Community's common agricultural policy are laid down in the Treaty of Rome, copies of which are already available in the Library. The decisions so far taken by the Six to give effect to these general provisions of the Treaty are embodied in the regulations adopted by the Community on 14th January last. On the texts of these regulations I have nothing to add to the Answer I gave to the hon. Gentleman the Member for East Ham, South (Mr. Oram) on 26th February.