HC Deb 11 February 1946 vol 419 c34
69. Mr. Dye

asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he will, in consultation with the Secretary of State for War, secure a change in the conditions governing the employment of German prisoner-of-war labour in the neighbourhood of R.A.F. stations in view of the number of such stations in Norfolk and the need for prisoner-of-war labour on the sugar beet crop during the forthcoming season.

Mr. T. Williams

I am already in touch with the other Ministers concerned with a view to securing some relaxation in the direction mentioned by my hon. Friend.