§ Mr. Wigg
Do not the right hon. Gentleman's replies to this and the previous Question gloss over a piece of gross maladministration by his Department, in that the Army has no nutrition policy and yet published an advertisement in " The Times " for a nutrition adviser who could not possibly have the requested qualifications?
§ Mr. Shinwell
When did the right hon. Gentleman decide to have a nutrition adviser? Are not the best nutrition advisers the men themselves when they get the food placed before them?
§ Mr. Mellish
Why have a nutrition expert when soldiers get what we used to get-brown stew and steak-and-kidney pie?