§ 32. Mr. Dobbie
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will make arrangements with the Postmaster-General for parcels containing the civilian suits of men who have been reservists and called to the Colours for service during the war, to be returned to their homes free of cost, as, in many instances, it constitutes a great hardship for wives or parents to make such payments?
§ Mr. Hore-Belisha
Yes, Sir, I have arranged that a reservist who has not already done so may send home, when necessary, a parcel containing his civil clothes at the public expense.