HC Deb 25 February 1965 vol 707 c579
1. Sir J. Vaughan-Morgan

asked the Attorney-General what progress has been made in initiating proceedings against those who were engaged in illegal activities at a sale in Gloucestershire and afterwards at an inn on 28th September, 1964.

The Solicitor-General (Sir Dingle Foot)

The police report on this case is now under consideration by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Sir J. Vaughan-Morgan

That is very good news as far as it goes, but can the hon. and learned Gentleman say what stage action has reached about the other scandals mentioned in the Daily Mail and other newspapers concerning the sale of surplus stores?

The Solicitor-General

Not, I think, in answer to this Question.