asked the Prime Minister if he can state the result of the investigations of the Naval Committee of Inquiry?
§ Major ANSTRUTHER-GRAY
Has the right hon. Gentleman any idea when those deliberations will be complete, and whether we shall ever get a Report?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The deliberations have not been unduly prolonged. The taking of evidence only concluded ten days ago, and if the Committee's judgment is to be of any value they must have some time to consider the very important points which have been raised.