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Warships (Breaking-Up, Dover)

Volume 159: debated on Friday 15 December 1922

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asked the Financial Secretary to the Admiralty whether any ships are being broken up at Dover; and, if so, can he state the names of the firms engaged and the number of men employed?

A considerable number of old warships are being broken up at Dover by the Stanlee Ship-breaking and Salvage Company and Mr. J. H. Lee. It is understood that the total number of men employed on the work is approximately 700.