§ 51. Sir W. Wakefield
asked the Minister of Food if any machinery exists where by persons desirous of relinquishing a proportion of their points in order to send food to the starving populations of Europe are enabled to do so; and if not, will he make the necessary arrangements together with appropriate publicity.
§ Mr. Stokes
Is my right hon. Friend aware that public opinion in this country is entirely opposed to the attitude which he is adopting; that a large meeting at the Albert Hall recently protested in favour of voluntary contributions? May I have an answer to that question?