Mr Louis Tolley: Is a fine sufficient?
Mr Louis Tolley: Will not the right hon. Gentleman consider making a detailed announcement through the national Press and the wireless so that not only may disabled men know of the situation, but the general misunderstanding which has taken place as a result of misrepresentation may be removed?
Mr Louis Tolley: In my right hon. Friend's opinion has any discrimination been used in this matter?
Mr Louis Tolley: asked the Minister of Food if he is in a position to announce what extra rations will be made for Christmas.
Mr Louis Tolley: asked the Minister of Food when the sweet ration will be increased; and by what amount.
Mr Louis Tolley: Would the hon. and gallant Gentleman, at this important stage of his argument, give the House a list of the controls which he would immediately abolish?
Mr Louis Tolley: Will the Parliamentary Secretary say when she will be in a position to reply to this important question, because it is an important question?
Mr Louis Tolley: Is my right hon. Friend satisfied that the steps so far taken by his Department are effective in stamping out this disease?
Mr Louis Tolley: How much of this cloth has been allocated at the expense of cloth for men's tailor-made suits?
Mr Louis Tolley: This Bill will soon be placed upon the Statute Book; and in course of time, in all probability, it will be forgotten by most Members of Parliament. We pass on the responsibility for its administration—and rightly so—to local authorities. Their duty will remain. It is in that respect that I show my concern. We are today entrusting the local authorities, through this Bill, with one of the...
Mr Louis Tolley: Can my right hon. Friend say how much longer these men will be allowed to remain in this country when they refuse to take any employment?
Mr Louis Tolley: May I ask the Minister, in view of the tremendous importance of the answer which he has given, to give the widest publicity to it so that those affected can make fresh applications?
Mr Louis Tolley: Will my right hon. Friend make a statement at the earliest possible moment? I can assure him that many disabled men are showing real concern at the fact that in all probability in the future they will not be able to go to the makers for repairs and replacements, and they are disturbed as to what their future is likely to be.
Mr Louis Tolley: Is it the intention of my right hon. Friend at a later date to publish a report on the activities of this organisation?
Mr Louis Tolley: Can the hon. Lady do anything to increase the number of bananas?
Mr Louis Tolley: I want, if I can, to bring the House back to a sense of reality. It is useless for either side to be too concerned about the political aspects of his matter, and I shall try to explain why. I represent one of the largest country constituencies in the country and I admit, frankly, that there was a time when I could have accepted wholeheartedly the proposals which have been put forward. I am,...
Mr Louis Tolley: Has my right hon. Friend considered making it clear to the general public that they should take care of these parks which after all, are their own property?
Mr Louis Tolley: We on this side appreciate the difficulties of the countryside as much as the right hon. Gentleman and his friends.
Mr Louis Tolley: Give us the evidence.
Mr Louis Tolley: No.