HC Deb 08 June 1917 vol 94 cc509-10

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he has received any complaints in regard to the quantity and quality of the food supplied to the soldiers at the Pavilion at Brighton, who have lost one or more of their limbs; and, if not, whether he will cause inquiry to be made as to whether the men at the Pavilion are receiving such food as men in their condition ought to receive?


No complaints in regard to the matters referred to in this question have been received in the War Office recently, but I am having inquiry made, and will inform my hon. Friend of the result as soon as possible.

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