§ 107. Mr. Harold Davies
asked the Secretary of State for War if he is now in a position to make a further statement to the House on the investigation into the circumstances of the death of Private Harrison and as to what has been done to eradicate the possibility of a repetition of incidents that cast doubt on the efficiency of the service to patients at Moston Hall Military Hospital.29W
§ 110. Mr. Bellenger
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will make a further statement on the case of Private Harrison arising out of the court-martial proceedings at the trial of Lieut.-Colonel Gleave.
§ Mr. Head
This court-martial was not completed until last Thursday evening. The lengthy proceedings were taken down in shorthand and typing is being completed as rapidly as possible. As soon as I have an opportunity I shall make a careful study of the evidence; but, until I have done so, I have nothing to add to my replies to Questions about this case on 16th and 23rd June.
§ 108. Mr. Bellenger
asked the Secretary of State for War why steps were not taken to discharge Private Harrison from the Army under the appropriate paragraph of Queen's Regulations in view of the serious disability from which he was suffering.
§ 109. Mr. Bellenger
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will place in the Library of the House a copy of the transcript of the proceedings at the court-martial of Lieut.-Colonel Gleave.
§ 113. Mr. M. Stewart
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will place in the Library of the House the report of the proceedings of the court-martial on Lieut.-Colonel A. Gleave.