HC Deb 26 February 1941 vol 369 c498
12. Mr. Mort

asked the Secretary of State for Air why recruits for the Royal Air Force ground staff, from South Wales, have to travel a long distance for interviews; whether he is aware that on occasions, two days have to be spent there waiting their turns, and whether he will consider devising a more economic system, whereby money, and valuable time spent, often by men engaged upon important work, could be saved?

The Under-Secretary of State for Air (Captain Harold Balfour)

A centre has now been opened in South Wales where recruits, other than aircrew candidates and certain specialist tradesmen, will be attested.