Precise figures are not available but it is estimated that in a normal year some 4,000 tons of fish, 30,000 tons of broccoli and 11,000 tons of early potatoes are exported from Cornwall to other parts of the British Isles. Some two-thirds of the fish, broccoli and potatoes goes by road and the remainder by rail.
All I know is that if any of it goes the way I went round the A38 one day, it could be slowed up considerably. I cannot give the hon. Member precise information, but there is no evidence of a real hold-up in the area in the transport by road of this produce to the markets.