HC Deb 11 April 1946 vol 421 c349W
Mr. Paget

asked the Secretary of State for War why 7892082 W. O. 1 D. G. Camerson, Light Aid Department, R.E.M.E., 13th L. of C. Signals, B.A.O.R., who was discharged on i6th January at No. 3 Civilian Clothing Depot, and who sent a written demand to the Commandant, Room 39, Central Ordnance Depot, Branston, on 18th February, has not yet received a civilian suit.

Mr. Lawson:

During the peak period for releases production of civilian clothing fell behind requirements and as a result, it was impossible to supply a number of men with complete outfits of the correct sizes at the time of release. These cases are now being cleared at the rate of some 7,000 items of clothing daily and it is hoped that the position will be normal by the end of this month. I am having Mr. Camerson's case investigated.