§ Mr. Wyatt
If the Prime Minister agrees with the Minister, could he, in view of the current disintegration of the Conservative Party, explain this statement which the Minister made: "We are going into the General Election"—[HON. MEMBERS: "Reading."]—I am quoting from the Minister. If hon. Members opposite do not want to hear their own Minister's statements, they should dismiss them at once. Can the Prime Minister explain the statement made by the Minister:We are going into the General Election with immense confidence in the outcome."?Does that mean that the General Election will be in June or October?
§ Q6. Mr. Wyatt
asked the Prime Minister whether the public speech of the Secretary of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development on economic matters at Bexley on 6th March represents the policy of Her Majesty's Government.
§ Mr. Wyatt
Arising out of that unexpected reply, in view of the fact that the Minister referred to bringing food within 1206 the ambit of the Restrictive Practices Act, could the Prime Minister say what his view is of the very wide gap between what the farmer gets for his produce and what the housewife has to pay for it in the shops?