§ 74. Sir W. Smithers
asked the Minister of Food to what extent his regulations render persons who consume rationed food illegally supplied liable to prosecution in the same way as the hotels and shopkeepers who provide it.
§ Mr. Strachey
People who consume food that others have obtained illegally are not thereby liable to prosecution.
§ Sir W. Smithers
If the people who supply the food illegally can be convicted, why should not the comrades who spent the weekend at Manor House, Shanklin, also have to go to prison?