HC Deb 16 August 1916 vol 85 c1849

asked the Secretary of State for War whether those over age of the seventy-nine or eighty fit men who volunteered at the beginning of the War, in response to a request from the Government, and who have ever since successfully served at Dover and in the neighbourhood in anti-aircraft searchlight and other military work, are, although now trained and anxious to continue their work, to be turned off as being no further use under the new scheme of transferring the work of protection from aircraft from the Admiralty to the War Office?


I would refer my hon. Friend to the answer I gave to the hon. Member for the St. Augustine's Division on the 10th August.