§ 65. Mr. R. Robinson
asked the Minister of Food what provision will be made for restaurants in seasonal resorts under the proposal that henceforward they are to be rationed to 60 per cent. of the quantity of meat which they have purchased on the average during the four weeks commencing 1st January, 1940; and whether he can give an assurance that adequate arrangements will be made for such restaurants?
§ Mr. W. S. Morrison
Under the arrangements for allocating supplies of meat for catering establishments provision will be made for meeting seasonal demands for meat by caterers, particularly in such towns where the seasonal demand is subject to marked fluctuations.
§ Mr. T. Williams
When making arrangements for the seaside resorts will the Minister always bear in mind that there are millions of working-class families who will not be getting as much meat as they require?
§ Mr. Charles Williams
Will he bear in mind that there are millions of working-class families who go to seaside places for their holiday?