My hon. friend has asked something like thirty-one questions, and it will be necessary to consult with the defence services, because they are involved in regard to Campbell's service. It will be impossible to make a reply this afternoon. The reply may have to be in the form of a return, because it involves two or three of the services and it may not be possible to get this information before prorogation. However, I give the assurance to my hon. friend that it will be obtained, and I suggest that the item be allowed to pass with that assurance.