§ 28. Mr. CECIL HARMSWORTH
asked the right hon. Member for Barnard Castle whether it is the desire of the Director-General that Members of this House should enrol as National Service volunteers?
§ Mr. BECK (Vice-Chamberlain of the Household)
My right hon. Friend has requested me to reply to this question. The appeal to men to enrol as National Service volunteers is a general one and includes Members of this House.
§ Mr. BILLING
If the idea is to set an example, would it not be well if some mark were worn to distinguish those who enrol from those who refuse to enrol under this scheme?
29. Mr. EDMUND HARVEY
asked how many Members of the House of Lords and how many Members of the House of Commons, respectively, have enrolled themselves as volunteers under the National Service scheme; and to how many of these whole-time or part-time work has been assigned under the scheme?
§ Mr. SWIFT MacNEILL
Could the hon. Gentleman say how many of the eighty-nine Members of the present Administration have volunteered?