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Rosyth

Volume 180: debated on Wednesday 7 August 1907

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I beg to ask the Secretary to the Admiralty if he can make a statement before the recess as to the intentions of the Government with regard to

† See (4) Debates, clxxviii., 1570.

Rosyth and the provisioning of a dockyard on the East Coast capable of accommodating the deep-draught battleships now built and building.

I have nothing to add to the statements which have already been made on this subject, except that detailed plans and estimates are being prepared for consideration.

Will there not be any Report as to the work done by the seven men who have been working at Rosyth during the last six months?

Will there be any addition to the seven or eight men now employed?

I have said I have nothing to add to the replies previously given, except that detailed plans and estimates are being prepared for consideration.