§ 16. Captain CROOKSHANK
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty what was the charge on public funds of the Parliamentary Secretary's journey to Mediterranean stations?
§ 20. Mr. ALBERY
asked the "First Lord of the Admiralty what staff accompanied the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty on his inspection of Naval establishments in the Mediterranean; and what transport facilities were supplied by His Majesty's Navy?
The whole cost to the public of this visit, in which the Parliamentary Secretary was accompanied by a private secretary, was £115 16s. 8d. The party was conveyed from Syracuse to Malta in one of H.M. Destroyers, which was returning from the Adriatic to Malta, and from Gibraltar to Devon-port in H.M.S. "Cumberland," which was on her way home from the China Station.
§ Captain CROOKSHANK
Was that expenditure met out of savings, or does it require a Supplementary Estimate?
The expenditure will be met without the necessity of submitting any Supplementary Estimate.