HC Deb 30 January 1941 vol 368 cc686-7W
Mr. McGovern

asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the Shettleston division of Glasgow has a large open space, called Tollcross Public Park, in the centre of the area; that large underground shelters could have been constructed, which would have been capable of protecting a large number of people of the area; and what were the reasons for a refusal to construct such shelters?

Mr. H. Morrison

No proposal of this kind has been put forward by the city authorities, who are, I understand, advised that the site is unsuitable for tunnelling.

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