HC Deb 31 May 1961 vol 641 c13W
1. Mr. Wingfield Digby

asked the Secretary of State for War how much is being spent and has been spent in providing hospitals and accommodation for the British Army contingent recently sent to the British Cameroons; and how long these facilities will be required by the Army.

Mr. Ramsden

The accommodation which has been provided for the British Army contingent in the British Cameroons cost £389,000, of which £58,000 was on hospitals, and £26,000 on medical reception stations. The facilities will be required as long as British troops remain in the country.