HC Deb 13 May 1918 vol 106 c51W

asked the Under-secretary of State for War whether he is aware that there is much dissatisfaction amongst the men of the Inland Water Docks Company working at Chepstow with the quality of the food and the cooking; and will he have the matter inquired into?


I have no reason to think that dissatisfaction prevails amongst the men at Chepstow in regard to the food supplied or the cooking; on the contrary, I am informed that the cooking and messing arrangements are quite satisfactory. The two camps were recently inspected by a Staff officer of the Western Command, who reported most favourably.