§ Mr. RONALD M'NEILL
I wish to call attention to a mistake in the OFFICIAL REPORT, which seems to me important. It is in a question I put to the Prime Minister supplementary to one addressed to the right hon. Gentleman by the hon. Member for the Exchange Division of Liverpool with regard to compensation for damage done by the enemy raids. The right hon. Gentleman, in reply, referred the hon. Member to an answer given to me last week. I then asked, according to the OFFICIAL REPORT:—Will Lord Parmoor's Committee be able to consider claims arising from damage as well as occupation?1328 That, of course, appears to be meaningless. What I did ask was—Will Lord Parmoor's Committee be able to consider claims arising from damage by sea as well as land?To that the right hon. Gentleman answered—Yes, I think so, but I will look into it.The matter is of importance, as there are many people in the country who have a live interest in this question.
§ Mr. SPEAKER
I am not responsible in any way for the OFFICIAL REPORT. Perhaps the hon. Gentleman will communicate with the Editor. It is one of the inconveniences of asking supplementary questions that the Reporters do not get the text.