§ MR. VICTOR CAVENDISH (Derbyshire, W.)
I beg to ask the Prime Minister if, in view of the widespread anxiety existing in many parts of the country, he will cause a full inquiry to be made into the question of the supply of milk in relation to public 716 health before any legislation is introduced.
§ MR. JOHN BURNS
Perhaps I may be allowed to answer this Question. The Government are desirous that there should be legislation with regard to milk supply during the present session, and I could not promise further inquiry before introducing a Bill on the subject.
MR. LLTTON (Lincolnshire, Sleaford)
Is it a fact that the chief defect in the milk supply of this country is a want of supply at all?
§ [No Answer was returned.]