HC Deb 03 July 1888 vol 328 cc195-6
SIR HENRY TYLER (Great Yarmouth)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether his attention has been drawn to further mistakes in the questions asked of candidates for military examinations; and, if he will give the names of the Examiners by whom those mistakes were committed in the printed papers issued by them, so much to the disadvantage of the candidates?


The Civil Service Commissioners accept the whole responsibility for the mistakes which have occurred, and I am unable to give the names of the Examiners. I understand that the Commissioners will make arrangements to give a new paper in algebra to all the candidates for Sandhurst.