HC Deb 16 February 1944 vol 397 c192W
Colonel Medlicott

asked the Minister of Agriculture if, at the appropriate time, he will give his support to proposals to make low-interest loans to farmers to enable them to have electricity installed and also to make subsidies in approved cases to meet the cost of connecting up premises remote from transmission lines.

Mr. Hudson

While I am anxious to see the widest possible extension of electricity supplies to farms after the war, it would be premature at this stage to promise support for any specific suggestions as to how such a development might be facilitated.

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