§ 37. Mr. WHITEHOUSE
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether the agreement with the authorities of the Epsom stand, now being used as a hospital, necessitates the removal of a number of the wounded from that part of the stand which is to be re-occupied by the owners of the stand; what is the number of wounded who will be so disturbed; and whether they are being removed to other rooms in the stand or sent to other hospitals?
§ Mr. TENNANT
I understand that an agreement has now been come to under which none of the accommodation at the Epsom Grand Stand which has been used as a hospital will have to be vacated in connection with the Spring meeting. This very satisfactory arrangement reflects credit upon those concerned.