HC Deb 28 June 1920 vol 131 cc24-5
85. Mr. BRIANT

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions if any khaki cloth or uniforms have been sold by his Department; and, if so, if he will state the quantities and price obtained?


As I said on the 7th instant, in answer to the hon. Member for Frome, the amount of khaki cloth disposed of since the Armistice is 9,500,000 yards and the average price obtained per yard is 9s. No khaki cloth now remains in the hands of the Disposal Board. I regret that it has not been possible in the time available to compile a complete statement of the number and price obtained for uniform; but I will communicate with the hon. Member in the course of a few days.