HC Deb 20 April 1932 vol 264 cc1477-8W
Brigadier-General CLIFTON BROWN

asked the Minister of Health whether he has yet consulted with the Ministry of Agriculture on the Adulteration of Milk Act; and whether he proposes to make any alterations or amend the Act so as to make the law more equitable than it is at present?


This matter has been discussed with my right hon. Friend the Minister of Agriculture, but the consideration of any proposals for legislation relating to the composition of milk must be postponed pending the recommendations of the Milk Reorganisation Commission.

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