asked the Minister of Health whether, having regard to the divergence of opinions upon matters of fact that are expressed by various authorities upon bovine tuberculosis, pasteurisation and other matters affecting the supply and consumption of milk, he will appoint a committee to investigate and to report upon these problems?
I am advised that the facts with regard to bovine tuberculosis and pasteurisation in relation to the milk supply are sufficiently well established by inquiries such as that of the Committee of the Economic Advisory Council on Cattle Diseases, of which I am sending my hon. and gallant Friend a copy.
Is my right hon. Friend aware that sufficient research has not in fact been done to enable authorities, notably the Ministry of Agriculture, to issue regulations that are not hotly contested by eminent medical and veterinary authorities; and if I bring such information to his notice will he give this matter further consideration, inquiry and action?
Is the Minister aware that there has been no publication of any of the evidence submitted to the Cattle Disease Committee, which did not apply its mind to the question of human tuberculosis but to cattle diseases, and that there has been no evidence before us except this——