§ 57. Mr. RONALD M'NEILL
asked the Prime Minister whether the Government have undertaken or intend to undertake to compensate, and, if so, to what extent, persons whose property has been or may be injured by raids of the enemy by sea or air?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
The Government have undertaken to give relief for damage caused by the raids which have taken place. A Committee has been appointed, over which Lord Parmoor is presiding, to advise as to the extent and scope of such relief. I am not prepared to give any general undertaking as regards future events.