Lieut-Colonel John White

Former MP for Canterbury

Recent appearances

  • Butter and Meat Rations 26 Nov 1952

    I shall not detain the House for more than a very few minutes, but I feel that a misconception might arise from what was said by the hon. Member for Sunderland, North (Mr. F. Willey). As for the hon. Member for Salford, West (Mr. Royle), I feel that he was in danger of defeating his own argument. He was complaining about the reduction of the meat ration, but he also told us that people could...
  • Butter and Meat Rations 26 Nov 1952

    The only point I am making is that these figures should be considered over three years and not simply over two years.
  • Butter and Meat Rations 26 Nov 1952

    Yes. The 1950 figure was 22 million cwt., but under his own Government that fell to 17,500,000 cwt. Under this Government it has started to go up again, in spite of the world factors which I have mentioned. In other words, our procurement of meat is better than it was.

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