§ 19. Commander Locker-Lampson
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether, in view of the services of the taxicab drivers for five years during air-raids, he will see that they are recommended for rewards.
§ Mr. H. Morrison
Taxicab drivers, in common with other sections of the community, have acquitted themselves well under air raids, but as far as recognition of their services is concerned, it would, I fear, be impossible to discriminate between them and other sections of the community which have been no less deserving.