HC Deb 23 April 1940 vol 360 cc17-8
35. Major Milner

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that the printed acknowledgments now sent out, in some cases, by his Department, bear no indication of the matter or individual to whom they refer; and whether such a necessary indication may be included?

Mr. Stanley

The ordinary printed acknowledgment forms in use in the War Office provide for mention of the subject. Perhaps the hon. and gallant Member will let me know of any particular cases where an indication of the subject has not been given.

Major Milner

Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware that cards are frequently sent out—I have one here—with- out a reference or indication as to the individual concerned? Will he look into the matter?

Mr. Stanley

I have said that a space is there to be occupied and should be filled in. If the hon. and gallant Gentleman will give me any cases where this has not been done, I should like to look into them.