§ 27. Mr. A. M. SAMUEL
asked the Secretary of State for War whether, having regard to the importance to parents and candidates of the earliest possible intimation of the conditions which are to govern the entry to Woolwich, Sandhurst, and the Royal Air Force in 1925, steps can be taken to accelerate the publication of the new Regulations?
§ Mr. WALSH
So far as Woolwich and Sandhurst are concerned, full particulars will be obtainable from the Civil Service Commission on and after 1st June next. An announcement to this effect has already appeared in the Press. The question of the Royal Air Force is for my hon. Friend, but I understand that similar information will be available for that force on the same date.
§ Mr. SAMUEL
As this is a very important point and as June is so near and I cannot put down another question in the meantime, would it be possible for the Under-Secretary of State for Air to answer this question so far as it affects his Department?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for AIR (Mr. Leach)
The draft of our new Regulations has already gone to the Civil Service Commissioners, who are the responsible body of examiners, and it is confidently hoped they will be public property on 1st June.
§ Mr. A. A. SOMERVILLE
Has the Army Council adopted all the recommendations of the Haldane Committee?