§ Mr. Kelly
In view of the long period, spreading over all those years, during which these men have been employed by the Admiralty, and during which we cannot find that there was any charge laid against them, why are they not informed now of what were the charges held by the Admiralty against them, seeing that other Departments of State have been informed?
§ Mr. Paling
Is the same process of collecting information against possible offenders as was employed against these five men still in operation?
Are we to understand that the Board of Admiralty deal with a man of 36 years' service on the basis of a charge which prevents him from getting a job anywhere else?