Rec. 12.30 p.m. LONDON, Aug. 10 s The new Minister of Agriculture, f Mr. Tom Williams, stated that the Government had made as few sudden f and drastic changes as possible in r the established agricultural policy. • The Labour Party's policy in this '-' respect had been public property for sometime. The Government intended in food production to do all in its a power to see that the people were J properly fed and that farmers, farm- \ workers and fishermen received a f reasonable reward. He was not a r newcomer to the Department and knew the importance of continuity and stability in agricultural policy. "We cannot," the Minister said, "take agriculture out of politics, but, perhaps, we can prevent it from be- . craning the plaything of politicians.
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BRITAIN'S AGRICULTURE, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
BRITAIN'S AGRICULTURE Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
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