HC Deb 08 August 1918 vol 109 cc1569-70W

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he will inquire into the conditions under which the Special Service Volunteers at Westfield camp, Cupar, Fife, are treated, both as to food and camp conditions, and also the reasonable consideration to be given by their officers to men of mature age who are voluntarily giving their services to the country?


I have no reason to believe that the conditions obtaining in the case of the Volunteer Special Service companies referred to are other than satisfactory, but I will make inquiry and acquaint my hon. Friend of the result.

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