I have already answered that question. This is not a court-martial, but a disciplinary military court, such as may be held under the Royal Warrant dealing with disciplinary matters in any internment camp.
I have not had time to obtain a complete return since the hon. Member's question appeared on the Paper; but, as regards punishments imposed since 15th July, I would refer the hon. Member to the printed reply I am giving to-day to the hon. Member for North Westmeath. One man has been sent before a military court, which can be held upon an interned prisoner in pursuance of the Defence of the Realm Regulations 14b.