§ 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.