Chancellor Neville Chamberlain speaks on the budget.
Intr views seated in room at desk
Long view semi view, near semi view and cu of Chamberlain giving details of Budget
Near semi view talks and smiles
Sound Effects: "Each of the last 4 Budget was a little better than the one before, and I did hope that the fifth was going to out class all the others. Instead of that---well, there it is, in an armed and arming world we coudn't be the only great country disarmed, we simply had to build out defence forces again, and we had to pay for it.--but we must not take it to tragically. All I am asking from the country in way of taxation is 15 million Pounds. I have again thought about the married person with a family and I am going to put up the marriage allowance. With allowance from 50 to 60 pounds allowance for each child. When you come to look at it carefully it isn't such a bad budget after all."
Personalities - Politicians; Economics; (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), Great Britain
Background: Chancellor Neville Chamberlain speaks on the budget.