Oral Answers to Questions — Armed Forces

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  • Service Men (Medical Examination) (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence if he is aware of the widespread concern of the inadequate medical examination given to Service men prior to demobilisation, which tends to increase the number of...

  • Casualties, Korea (16 speeches)

    Air Commodore Harvey: asked the Minister of Defence the latest figures of British casualties in Korea.

  • Home Defence (9 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence if he will set up a general home defence guard to be responsible for Home Guard and Civil Defence duties.

  • Regulars (Extended Service) (9 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence whether, in view of the retention of certain categories of regular Service men for the indefinite period of the present emergency, he will amend the regulations...

  • Korea (Press Censorship, Regulations) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence what form of censorship is exercised over the reports of war correspondents from Korea.

  • Class Z Reservists (Recall) (13 speeches)

    Mr. C. I. Orr-Ewing: asked the Minister of Defence whether in calling up the Z and equivalent reservists, he will adopt the principle of calling first those reservists with the shortest service;...

  • Troops, Europe (Command) (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence if he will publish the text of the letter in which he has placed the British troops in Europe under the command of an American general.

  • Manpower (Organisation) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Defence if he will review the use of manpower in the Service Departments in order to make more men available for active service.