§ 19. Mr. McENTEE
asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office how many of the cases of cerebral meningitis at Windsor were among troops quartered in the modern barracks; bow many were among troops in the older quarters; and whether full sanitary provisions are made in the quarters of the guard at Windsor Castle?
§ The FINANCIAL SECRETARY to the WAR OFFICE (Mr. Duff Cooper)
There are no strictly modern barracks at Windsor, although improvements have been introduced from time to time. Since 1st January there have been nine cases of cerebro-spinal fever, five of which occurred at Victoria Barracks and four 1387 at Combermere Barracks. The answer to the last part of the question is in the affirmative.