asked the Minister of Agriculture how many ex-Servicemen are being trained in agriculture in the county of Worcestershire.
Is the Minister satisfied that there is enough labour to replace the prisoners?
No, Sir. I should very much prefer the figure to be 80, or 88, or 880.
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the hon. Member for Evesham considers the position thoroughly unsatisfactory?
Will the Minister bear in mind that until the men in the Forces who previously worked on the land know what the Government's agricultural policy is to be, they will not have very much enthusiasm about the present scheme?
Should that be the case, they will not be in doubt very much longer.