HC Deb 30 May 1921 vol 142 cc610-1W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will carry out a recommendation of the headquarters of the South-Eastern Command, approved by the War Office, that, having regard to the loss occasioned to the occupier by the acts of the Government camp warden, a hut at Seaford in the occupation of Mrs. I Cameron be conveyed to her free of cost; and, if not, what compensation he proposes to grant to Mrs. Cameron for the loss she has sustained by the acts of the camp warden?


I have at present no knowledge of the circumstances of this case, but I am making inquiries and will inform the hon. Member of the result of them.