§ 64. Mr. Callaghan
asked the Minister of Transport what is the present policy for the major redevelopment of the
Quarter ended National dried milk (tins) Cod liver oil (bottles) Orange juice (bottles) Vitamin A and D tablets (packets) 31st December, 1960 (14 weeks) … 9,593 1,486 11,691 1,194 30th December, 1961 (13 weeks) … 8,087 642 4,397 592
facilities for handling coal exports through each of the South Wales ports, and Cardiff in particular; and if the Rochdale Committee will investigate the adequacy and efficiency of existing appliances in these ports.
§ Mr. Marples
I understand that the British Transport Commission is satisfied that coaling appliances in the South Wales Ports are more than adequate to handle exports of coal at present and in the foreseeable future. The Rochdale Committee is, of course, free to report upon these, as upon any other facilities.