HC Deb 23 January 1918 vol 101 c972
41. Mr. WATT

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether constructional engineers engaged before the War in erecting iron work, and who are not in Class A 1, but doing only clerical work in the Army, are being allowed to return to their employment, in view of the necessity for such class of man for the erecting of aerodromes, huts, and other such buildings at the present time?


The policy is to place such men at their trades in the Army, and I should be glad of any details which my hon. Friend can give me where this is not being done.