HC Deb 09 July 1907 vol 177 cc1427-8
MR. FELL (Greath Yarmouth)

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Admiralty if the dredging to be carried out at Sheer-ness is to be continued in the Medway until ships of the draught of the "Dreadnought " can be docked at Chatham and similar ships can be built in that dockyard.


There is no intention at present of dredging anything except the Sheerness Bar.

MR. JENKINS (Chatham)

asked whether it was not the fact that at present ships of the draught of the "Dreadnought" could be safely navigated up the Medway and docked at Chatham.


I do not say the hon. Gentleman is wrong, but he should give notice of the Question.