HC Deb 09 May 1944 vol 399 c1709
46. Mr. Woodburn

asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider an objective inquiry into the working of Government controls and co-ordination of agriculture, food and transport, with a view to discovering whether, and how far, in the national interest it is desirable to maintain or extend such controls in the post-war period.

The Prime Minister

These matters are kept under constant review in the formulation and development of Government policy, and I do not think there is any necessity for such an inquiry as my hon. Friend suggests.