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Copy of a letter from [WSC] (Home Office) to Horatio Bottomley concerning an enquiry into the Akbar Reformatory [School]. As the enquiry is administrative there will be no power to take evidence on oath, and [WSC] therefore says that public attendance would not be "advantageous" although there will be opportunity for evidence to be given, which, together with a report by Charles Masterman [Under Secretary of State, Home Office], will be presented to Parliament if necessary. Unsigned manuscript.
- 26 Oct 1910
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