HC Deb 29 June 1910 vol 18 c929

asked the President of the Local Government Board whether his attention had been drawn to the statements made by Drs. Michael, of Camberwell, Forbes-Ross, Ryan, and others, citing cases where infection had been carried through bread sold in chandlers' shops and on insanitary and disease-infected premises, or through exchanged bread; and, if so, what action he proposed to take to prevent the continuance of this practice in the future?


My attention has been drawn to certain newspaper paragraphs in regard to this matter, and I propose to make some inquiry respecting the allegations.