§ 49. Mr. TURTON
asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will state how many premium bulls there are at the present date in England and Scotland, respectively; what proportion of the bulls in each country are premium bulls; and what sum is contributed by the State towards the provision of premium bulls?
§ At the same time, I understand that it is the policy of the Wireless Press, Limited, to avoid the inclusion in these news messages of anything of a partisan or propaganda nature, and that, apart from an isolated case which gave rise to a complaint in a newspaper, there have been no recent complaints either from subscribers or from others concerning the character of the messages.
§ Mr. MANDER
Will the hon. Gentleman take steps to see that biased propaganda of this sort is not permitted again in any circumstances?
§ Mr. MUGGERIDGE
Has the hon. Gentleman seen the "Times" of the 26th February, where he will see a very egregious case of propaganda on behalf of the views of people on the other side of the House?
Is not the hon. Gentleman aware that, on the contrary, those of us who travel constantly by sea are frequently coming across cases of the most blatant propaganda on the part of this organisation; and that some hon. Gentlemen on the other side of the 2143 House, whose names I could give, and who have been with me, will agree with me?