Barnwood.—The Committee make a naïve admission in their report. They state that so many patients have been maintained for nothing, and in the next sentence say that their general regulations (approved by the Home Secretary) expressly prohibit gratuitous admission of patients. It might be well supposed that they are eager for someone to tread on the tail of their coat. Anyhow we hope that they will not be penalised for such a gross infraction of their own regulations.
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