Cotton Industry (Reorganisation) Act 1936

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The Cotton Industry (Reorganisation) Act 1936 was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom which introduced a compulsory levy on cotton machinery. The proceeds from this levy were used to scrap surplus spindles.[1]

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  1. ^ Modern Britain: An Economic and Social History by John Irwin, p61