Oral Answers to Questions — British Army – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 12th July 1949.
Alert me about debates like this
asked the Secretary of State for War what were the strengths of sections A, B and D, respectively, of the Army Reserve on 1st January, 1938.
Four thousand, seven hundred and ninety-nine, 79,917 and 40,232 respectively.
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that if his Parliamentary Secretary had had the courtesy to answer the Question I asked him last week, I need not have bothered him for these figures?
I will not accept that at all. The Parliamentary Secretary is most courteous in his replies to Questions.
Making it easy to keep an eye on the UK’s parliaments. Discover who represents you, how they’ve voted and what they’ve said in debates – simply and clearly.
Get insights on TheyWorkForYou and other mySociety sites, in our popular newsletter
Your donations keep this site and others like it running
mySociety is a registered charity in England and Wales (1076346) and a limited company (03277032). We provide commercial services through our wholly owned subsidiary SocietyWorks Ltd (05798215).