– in the House of Commons on 28th July 1942.
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asked the Prime Minister whether welfare officers are appointed to all units of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and other Women's Services; and, if not, will he proceed to do this forthwith?
While the detailed organisation necessarily varies from one Service to another, I am advised that officers
specially charged with responsibility for welfare are available to all units of the three Women's Services.
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that girls have been sent away from their homes, discharged and left stranded? Does he consider that a right state of affairs?
If the hon. Gentleman has any case in mind, perhaps he will bring it to the notice of the Service to which the girl in question belonged.
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