HC Deb 17 December 1937 vol 330 cc1487-8W
Sir R. Glyn

asked the Minister of Agriculture, what effect the dispute between the Northern Ireland Pigs Marketing Board and local curers has had on the importation of pigs from Ulster to this country; and what are the figures for October, 1937 and 1936, and May, 1937, respectively?

disease may however be retained if the medical superintendent considers that they are still in an infective condition. It is customary to separate such convalescents from the acute cases.

No figures are available as to the number of patients so retained since last December or of the diseases from which they had suffered.