Free (a commodity) of rationing restrictions: coal was derationed
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- ‘York confectioners report that sales of sweets today - the first day of derationing - have been higher than on a normal Thursday,’ the paper reported.
- Thanks to derationing and the free market the price of tea has now gone down to 85 guineas a quarter.
- The last time derationing was tried was in 1949, but the Government quickly restored controls.
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