§ 12. Sir Francis Fremantle
asked the Home Secretary whether he will make it a condition of grant from public funds, that all shelters for air-raid protection available to the public shall be provided with sufficient sanitary provision, lighting and a second means of exit, plainly indicated, for purpose of emergency?
§ Sir J. Anderson
The standing instructions regarding the construction of public shelters are that they should be provided with sanitary arrangements, lighting, and emergency exits. I am obliged to my hon. Friend for drawing attention to the need for plain indications of the position and nature of emergency exits. I shall look into that point.
§ Sir F. Fremantle
Does my right hon. Friend realise the especial need for sanitary accommodation in conditions of panic?