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British Food Journal Volume 56 Issue 3 1954

British Food Journal Volume 56 Issue 3 1954 The two Food and Drugs Bills have continued to make tranquil progress in the House of Lords. At the conclusion of the Report stage of the Bill applying to England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Lord Woolton moved that the Bill be sent again for consideration to a Committee of the whole House. The reason for this was to enable the Government to introduce a few clausesfive was suggested as the probable numberfor the purpose of carrying out certain recommendations of the InterDepartmental Committee on Slaughterhouses. Her Majesty's Ministers had quite recently decided that legislation on the lines of that Committee's Report should without delay be submitted to Parliament. The amendments made in the Report stage were not of outstanding importance. But the Government have now recognised that some public analysts have not the necessary equipment to carry out some of their functions, and therefore an addition was made to the Bill providing that if the public analyst for an area is for any reason unable to perform an effective analysis the sample shall be submitted to the public analyst of some other area. Another amendment dealing with the disposal of samples provides as under http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png British Food Journal Emerald Publishing

British Food Journal Volume 56 Issue 3 1954

British Food Journal , Volume 56 (3): 8 – Mar 1, 1954

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0007-070X
DOI
10.1108/eb011505
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Abstract

The two Food and Drugs Bills have continued to make tranquil progress in the House of Lords. At the conclusion of the Report stage of the Bill applying to England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Lord Woolton moved that the Bill be sent again for consideration to a Committee of the whole House. The reason for this was to enable the Government to introduce a few clausesfive was suggested as the probable numberfor the purpose of carrying out certain recommendations of the InterDepartmental Committee on Slaughterhouses. Her Majesty's Ministers had quite recently decided that legislation on the lines of that Committee's Report should without delay be submitted to Parliament. The amendments made in the Report stage were not of outstanding importance. But the Government have now recognised that some public analysts have not the necessary equipment to carry out some of their functions, and therefore an addition was made to the Bill providing that if the public analyst for an area is for any reason unable to perform an effective analysis the sample shall be submitted to the public analyst of some other area. Another amendment dealing with the disposal of samples provides as under

Journal

British Food JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 1, 1954

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