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Shop Windows (Reglazing)

Volume 414: debated on Monday 15 October 1945

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asked the Minister of Works whether, in order to save electric light consumed during business hours because of boarded-up windows, and to facilitate the display of their goods, he will promise an early increase in the supply of plate glass to retail traders who wish to repair their war-damaged shop-fronts.

I appreciate fully the need to restrict the use of electric current to a minimum, and licences for there glazing of shop windows are issued so far as the supply of plate glass permits. I hope that these supplies will increase in the near future.