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Wednesday, 16 March 1932

Mr RIORDAN - Since the Government has decided to drop the Broadcasting Bill after consultation with the associated press, I should like to know if the same consideration will be given to the request of the tobacco-growers who have made representations for the reimposition of the duties imposed by the previous Government. I should further like to know if the representative of the associated press who conferred with the Prime Minister yesterday was the gentleman who prevented the Leader of the Country party (Dr. Earle Page) from securing the portfolio of Minister for Trade and Customs ?

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