§ 80. Sir JOHN BARRAN
asked the Home Secretary what is the present meat ration of interned enemy aliens under the control of his Department; and whether any revision of that ration is being contemplated in view of the shortage of the nation's supplies?
§ Sir G. CAVE
The dietary of the internment camps for civilians, like that of the-camps under military control, allows at present 6 ozs. of meat on five days in the week. This dietary has been revised from time to time so as to conform with the rations recommended or ordered by the Ministry of Food, and is at present under reconsideration in consultation with the Ministry.