§ 39. Captain LOSEBY
asked the Prime Minister if he is aware that there is general dissatisfaction in regard to the manner in which the matter of the training of disabled officers and men is being administered; and if he will consider the advisability of bringing under the control of one single Ministry all questions relating to this question?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The Ministry of Labour has already a general responsibility for the training of all disabled ex-Service men who are fit to be absorbed in employment, although the responsibility for the administration of certain sorts of training is necessarily devolved upon Departments which possess special technical qualifications.