HC Deb 02 July 1924 vol 175 c1323
50. Major-General Sir FREDERICK SYKES

asked the Prime Minister whether the Government are considering the steps to be taken to secure greater co-ordination in the policy and administration of the three fighting services, with a view to obtaining greater economy and efficiency in the national system of defence as a whole?


The question of the co-ordination of the services was exhaustively inquired into last year by a Sub-Committee of the Committee of Imperial Defence under the Chairmanship of Lord Salisbury, and the Report has been presented to Parliament (Cmd. 2029). That Report has been put in operation, and before reopening the question it has been thought advisable to wait for further experience.

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