It is all right; there is no harm done. I believe that, in my endeavour to answer the minister, who does not want to wait for the answer, I was at this point: I said that this man had been in the employ of a company which is selling this equipment. He is one of the engineers of Allied War Supplies Corporation and one of the important men who made this decision. I now want to make it clear that I am not suggesting any improper motive on that man's part, but I am suggesting that with his long experience of fighting for a certain type of equipment he naturally, in making his decision, gravitated in the direction of choosing that which for many years he had thought was a good thing. I would say that that in itself is something which ought to be guarded against. That is as far as I am going. I have already mentioned the gentleman's name. It is Abbott. I think I have made that situation clear.
Subtopic: PROVISION FOR GRANTING TO HIS MAJESTY AID FOR NATIONAL DEFENCE AND SECURITY