§ 5. Sir A. POWNALL
asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office whether it is now possible to state the decision as to whether Territorial camps will be held as usual during the coming training season?
§ The FINANCIAL SECRETARY to the WAR OFFICE (Mr. Duff Cooper)
Yes, Sir. The Government have decided to include in the Army Estimates for 1933 a sum of money to cover the provision of the normal 15-day camps for the Territorial Army.
§ Sir A. POWNALL
In view of the decrease in strength caused by the lack of camps last year, are any special steps contemplated to get the Territorial Army up to establishment?
§ Mr. COOPER
Yes, a special campaign of recruiting is contemplated, and I hope a review of the Territorial Army will be held this summer.
§ Mr. KIRKWOOD
Is not this a case of the present Government turning down what the Labour Government put into execution?