HC Deb 04 June 1913 vol 53 c876
44. Mr. HINDS

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware of the dissatisfaction existing with the present facilities granted in the Army for religious purposes; will he state under what Vote the provisions for religious worship made by the War Office will come up for discussion; and whether, when that Vote is reached, he will make a statement as to the present provisions and future proposals of the War Office in this matter?

Colonel SEELY

It is presumed that this question refers to the provision of churches. Some provision for fabrics for Church of England, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, and Wesleyan communions is at present made in Vote 10. Perhaps my hon. Friend will be good enough to inform me of the places where he considers dissatisfaction to exist, to enable me to deal with the cases when Vote 10 is reached.