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Steel Allocation, Bristol

Volume 498: debated on Tuesday 8 April 1952

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asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government what criterion he used when making his current allocation of steel to the bombed cities; and why Bristol was reduced from 135 to 100 tons for the quarter.

The allocation of 100 tons for period II covers the whole of Bristol's requirements for work in progress except for 17 tons which will be provided in period III.