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Thursday, 4 July 1946
Page: 2213


Mr WHITE - In view of the fact that the people of Great Britain will shortly have to submit to the rationing of bread and flour, a hardship which they escaped during the war, and that the Prime Minister has recently had conversation with Ministers of the United Kingdom, and has, no doubt, heard the excellent broadcasts by the representative of the United Kingdom in Australia on the food position in Britain, will he say whether he is satisfied with what Australia is doing in the way of providing food for export? Is it possible to do more for Britain and for other European countries by way of rationing, increased production, or the sending of gift supplies of food?







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