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Emergency Power Supplies

Volume 720: debated on Thursday 18 November 1965

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asked the Minister of Health to what extent hospitals in Hertfordshire have independent power-generating facilities to enable them to continue work in operating theatres in the event of a power failure; and whether he will make a statement.

Most hospitals with operating theatres have these facilities and arrangements exist, in the event of a power failure, to cover the essential needs of those without permanent standby generators.

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£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.£s.d.
Unmilled cereals211611917821101121792311
Bran and pollards2119620182041020103201610
Oilcakes and meals and fish and meat meals310532192379839274055
Other animal feedingstuffs28342713027411201822185
Weighted average price of all imported animal feedingstuffs2345222824211231432583
The above figures have been calculated by dividing the total c.i.f. value by the total quantity imported, including imports from Great Britain. But in order to obtain an average value of imports of unmilled cereals, it has been necessary to estimate the quantity of wheat imported for animal feeding. This has been valued at the average price of all wheat imports including wheat for milling; to this extent, therefore, the average price of unmilled