HC Deb 14 February 1887 vol 310 c1402
SIR HENRY TYLER (Great Yarmouth)

asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether, having regard to the scale of payment required from and made by the Gentlemen Cadets or their friends, he will be so good as to take measures with a view to the provision, without further delay, of those improved accommodation and facilities at the Royal Military Academy, which have been recommended from time to time by the Board of Visitors, including sleeping rooms, hot water for bath rooms, and suitable arrangements for sickness?

THE SECRETARY OF STATE (Mr. E. STANHOPE) (Lincolnshire, Horncastle)

Arrangements are in contemplation for shortening the course at the Royal Military Academy. When adopted it will reduce the number of cadets, and the accommodation afforded by the building will then probably be sufficient for their requirements.