THE TARIFF PROBLEM.
MR CHURCHI__I_>S "POLICY,
A SUGGESTED TREATY.
LONOON, March 15
Mr Winston Churchill, writing to the "Times," says his speech at Manchester in June o_ 1904 contains his views on retaliation, and concludes: "A policy of retaliation is merely a convenient verbal cover for the much larger policy of real protection lying behind." The "-.tandard" states that Ministerial freetraders are endeavouring to persuade Mr Winston Churchill (President of the Board of Trade) to conclude a commercial treaty'. with France on the basis of mitigation of the proposed French tariff in return-for-Great Britain promising no fresh duties on French imports ' for a period of five years.
Mr Joseph Chamberlain has congratulated the Tariff Reform Executive on Mr Balfour having so plainly acknowledged the services of the League,
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