8 Mr. Graham White
asked the Minister of Labour, whether there are any facilities for the radiological examination of recruits for His Majesty's Forces in cases where it may appear necessary; and whether in view of experience following the last war, he will consider making such examinations general?
§ Mr. Bevin
In any case in which they consider it desirable, the medical boards which examine recruits for His Majesty's Forces arrange for radiological examination before determining the man's grading. A suggestion that all recruits should have a radiological examination was fully considered last year by the Medical Advisory Committee under the chairmanship of Lord Holder, and the Committee decided that its adoption was impracticable.
§ Mr. McGhee
Is it not a question of calling up those who have served in this work, which makes it impossible to carry out the scheme?
§ Sir Francis Fremantle
Is not the question of personnel to interpret the results still more important?