§ Sir W. Smithers
asked the Secretary of State for War what amount of foodstuffs and soap have had to be destroyed at Singapore by N.A.A.F.I.—E.F.I., owing to poor storage and exposure to the weather; and what is the consequent loss to the British taxpayer.
§ Mr. Bellenger
I have no knowledge of any such destruction at Singapore owing to poor storage and exposure to weather, but I have called for a report. No loss would fall on public funds in the circumstances stated by the hon. Member.