§ Mr. Ellis Smith
asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will set out in tabular form, in figures which will enable comparisons to be made for the year 1960, of the animals slaughtered for human consumption and found unsuitable in Stoke-on-Trent, Salford, Manchester, Stockport, Eastbourne and Bournemouth.
There are no slaughterhouses in Salford. The figures for the other towns, in which all animals slaughtered were inspected, are as follows:
in the County of Somerset at a total estimated cost of £2,555,859, representing a grant commitment of £851,953.