HC Deb 29 September 1942 vol 383 cc669-70
51. Mrs. Cazalet Keir

asked the Prime Minister how many of the recommendations made in the report on the welfare of the three Women's Services have so far been accepted by the Service Departments; and how many are now in operation?

The Prime Minister

The majority of the Committee's recommendations are, I understand, likely to be partly or wholly acceptable to the Service Departments, and many of them are already in operation. Since, however, discussion within and between the Departments on a number of points is not yet complete, I am unable to give precise figures.

Mrs. Keir

In view of the near approach of winter, will my right hon. Friend expedite the consideration of all those recommendations?

The Prime Minister

I have not yet become convinced that any special process of expedition has become necessary.