HC Deb 01 April 1941 vol 370 c862W
Mr. Price

asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the possibility of gases being used in the near future during the course of enemy action in this country, he has ensured that the personnel of the air-raid precautions for animals service are adequately supplied with the necessary equipment for dealing with gas-contaminated animals both in towns and in the country?

Mr. Mabane

I have no reason to believe that the National A.R.P. Animals Committee is not provided with equipment for the purpose indicated by my hon. Friend, but if he has any particular deficiencies in mind I shall be glad to investigate them if he will let me have details.

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