None, Sir. Under the Food and Drugs Act, 1955, food inspection is the responsibility of local authorities and condemnation, if called for, is the function of a justice of the peace. I am informed that in this instance action to condemn was unnecessary. I am sending the hon. Member a list of goods voluntarily surrendered.
I should not like to enter into a discussion at this stage as to the correctness or otherwise of our powers. In the incident in question, however, as the hon. Member knows, the foodstuff was voluntarily surrendered by the traders and there does not appear to me to have been the slightest difficulty.