§ Sir J. Anderson
I would refer my hon. Friend to the answer which I gave yesterday to a Question by the hon. Member for Tonbridge (Sir A. Baillie). Experience, so far, is reassuring but there has not yet been a sufficient body of it on which to form judgments. Hon. Members may like to know that, in anticipation of bombing attacks I was able, with the welcome co-operation of the Cement and Concrete Association, to build up a staff for the purpose of investigating the effects of bombing on the spot, and that detailed reports on all recent raids have been within a very brief space of time in the hands of my research department, where they are studied exhaustively.