§ 48. Sir Richard Acland
asked the Prime Minister by whom the inquiry to find out who were the individuals responsible for conditions in internment camps is being conducted; whether it is being diligently prosecuted; when it may be completed; and whether the results will be made public?
§ Mr. Attlee
As I have already explained to the House, certain investigations are being made. I am not prepared to make any further statement at present.
§ Sir R. Acland
Am I right in thinking that it is now contemplated that there should be a brief discussion on the whole 942 of this subject before the Recess, and, if so, will the right hon. Gentleman or some other Minister be prepared then to consider suggestions? This matter is now in the hearts of the people so much that there should be some kind of public inquiry in the nature of a Select Committee or some inquiry of that sort.