HC Deb 15 July 1935 vol 304 c751
38 and 39. Sir WALTER REA (for Mr. GRAHAM WHITE)

asked the Home Secretary (1), the present approximate cost of providing men and women, respectively, with effective protective clothing against poison gas;

(2) whether any estimates have been prepared of the cost of equipping the people of the Metropolitan area and of the country generally with gas masks and efficient protective clothing against gas attack?


The information at present available is not sufficient to warrant any such estimate.