§ MR. YOUNGER (Ayr Burghs)
To ask the Secretary of State for War whether, in view of the fact that during the past ten years the sum of £9,160,663 has been spent on barracks in England, £1,990,903 in Ireland, and only £242,124 in Scotland, he will reconsider his† See (4) Debates, clxi., 175.39 decision not to provide in next year's Estimates for the proper accommodation of at least one cavalry regiment in Scotland.
(Answered by Mr. Secretary Haldane.) I cannot prejudge a Question which belongs to next year's Estimates, and the Answer to which may have to be determined by considerations of urgency as regards services to be provided for.