HC Deb 22 November 1939 vol 353 c1237W
Mr. Stokes

asked the Secretary of State for War who was responsible for sending upwards of 4,000 men daily by train from London to Reading for the purpose of constructing the three militia camps at Cove; and why such a number was considered necessary in view of the fact that two camps in the vicinity, with almost similar conditions, never required more than 962 men between them?

Sir V. Warrender

As my right hon. Friend informed the hon. Member on 7th November last, a full report has been called for, and this is in course of preparation.

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