On May 27, 1944, just ten days before Overlord, he found time for:
Prime Minister to Minister of Fuel and Power
"I hope you will put a stop to nonsense like this. (Reports in the Yorkshire Post that that a householder was fined one pound, with two guineas cost, for having borrowed coal from a neighbor.) Nothing makes departments so unpopular as these acts of petty bureaucratic folly which come to light from time to time and are, I fear, only typical of of a vast amount of silly wrongdoing by small officials or committees. You should make an example of of the people concerned with this."
Winston Churchill in Closing the Ring, H/M 1951 BCE, p. 714
On second thought, this is of merely historical interest here in 21st Century America where we have entirely disposed of petty satrapy.
I'm somewhat embarassed about linking Overlord to Wiki, but who knows when a dedicated member of the National Education Association might stumble across the post?