§ 84. Mr. HORE-BELISHA
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether promotion to the rank of sergeant in the Metropolitan police is, in the case of a constable who has passed his examination with credit, dependent on the recommendation of his superintendent; and, if the recommendation 42 should be refused, whether there is any means by which a constable can get this decision reviewed by the Commissioner or some intermediate officer?
§ Mr. MARLEY
Is it possible for a constable to take the examination without the consent of his superior officer?