§ Mr. Garro Jones
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty what measures are in 1379W contemplation for ensuring the maintenance of trawl-fishing operations, which are becoming more hazardous from East Coast fishing ports in England and Scotland?
§ Mr. Churchill
All possible measures to protect the fishing fleets against barbarous attacks from the air are being taken. These include the arming of all these vessels and strong air patrols. No effort will be spared to enable our fishermen to continue their work