HC Deb 09 July 1941 vol 373 cc160-1
32. Dr. Little

asked the Minister of Information, whether he is aware that at the censorship headquarters in Belfast there is no provision made for supplying meals to the staff, many of whom have to travel long distances, and there is no place in the immediate vicinity where food can be obtained; and whether he will make arrangements, at the earliest possible moment, to have a canteen opened for providing suitable meals for those engaged in the work of censorship?

Mr. Cooper

A report strongly recommending the establishment of a canteen was received from the Officer in Charge at Belfast a few days ago, and the matter is receiving immediate consideration.