Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.

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  • Wounded Soldiers (Injections). (2 speeches)

    asked the Under-secretary of State for War whether wounded soldiers in hospitals or at first-aid posts are asked for consent before anti-tetanus or other injections are administered; and whether...

  • War Office (Civilian Staff, Overtime). (2 speeches)

    asked the Under-secretary of State for War the amount of overtime paid in his Department during the last month for which the figures are available; is he satisfied that each person drawing...

  • Home Guard. (10 speeches)

    asked the Under-secretary of State for War whether he will make it clear that personnel of the Home Guard travelling from their homes to instructional parades, exercises or other military duties...

  • Commanding Officers (Residence). (6 speeches)

    asked the Under secretary of State for War whether, in view of possible invasion, he will make it obligatory that commanding officers should not reside more than six miles from their commands;...

  • Officers' Expenses. (4 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he is satisfied that the expenditure necessarily incurred by commissioned officers for uniform, equipment and messing bills, and other charges...

  • Soldier Gunners, Merchant Navy. (2 speeches)

    asked the Under secretary of State for War whether any additional pay is granted to soldier gunners serving aboard ships of the Merchant Navy; and what leave is granted to survivors of torpedoed...

  • Privilege Leave (Travel Warrants). (4 speeches)

    asked the Under secretary of State for War whether rail way warrants for personnel of the Army, including Auxiliary Territorial Service proceeding on privilege leave, can be issued to...

  • Skilled Men (Command Interview Boards). (4 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether names for submission to the Command interview boards, set up under A.C.I. 162/42, have to be submitted through the Committee on Skilled Men in...

  • Forces Social Club, Wolverhampton. (7 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary of State for War why Wolverhampton Forces Social Club, which has far larger accommodation than any others in the town, is graded B instead of A to the detriment of its...

  • Lieut.-General Sir Alan Cunningham. (3 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary for War, why an announcement was made on 25th February that Lieutenant-General Sir Alan Cunningham was in a military hospital in the South of England, as in fact he had...

  • Prisoners of War. (17 speeches)

    The following Questions stood upon the Order Paper in the name of MISS WARD: