§ Mr. Mabane
The scheme for the rationalisation of collection and delivery of milk, which I think my hon. Friend has in mind, is not essentially related to the new milk marketing scheme, but is related to the new distributive price structure. It is the purpose of the rationalisation scheme to secure economies in the costs of distribution of milk. These economies will be accumulative as the local rationalisation schemes develop, and will, it is hoped, be substantial. Furthermore the rationalisation schemes will contribute to the war effort by securing economies in other directions and notably in man power, petrol and tyres.