Tom Williams speaking on the agricultural bill.
MS Tom Williams sitting at desk with John Parsons. Williams speaks. 'During the war the farmers and farm workers of Britain stood between us and starvation. Today they are still fighting the battle for bread. When that battle has been won they will be able to bring us more of the other foods we want, milk, meat, eggs, vegetables, fruit but they must not be let down as they were after the 1914-1918 war.' CU 'The agriculture Bill aims at giving farmers an assure market and guaranteed prices for their principle products while at the same time ensuring a higher level of farming efficiency. These principles are endorsed not only by all those associated with the industry but by all political parties. On this basis of goodwill and co-operation we shall I believe bring stability and lasting prosperity to the countryside and of course more food to the nations larder.' Parsons and Williams seated at desk. CU Williams speaking 'on this basis of goodwill and co-operation we shall, I believe bring stability and lasting prosperity to the countryside and more food to the nation's larder.
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