HC Deb 11 December 1945 vol 417 cc183-95
Mr. Lawson

I am not aware that the A.E.C. officers are being employed in C.M.F. on duties unconnected with education. There are of course certain administrative duties in connection with this scheme.

20. Mrs. Manning

asked the Secretary of State for War if he is aware that in H.Q., B.A.O.R., the Army Education Scheme as set out in A.C.I. has been so emasculated, both in the spirit and the letter, as to cause discontent among men and women personnel; and will he cause immediate investigation to be made into this complaint so that the grievance may be remedied.

Mr. Lawson

I am inquiring into this matter and will write to my hon. Friend.

  1. Transit Camp, Folkestone 114 words
  2. cc183-4
  3. British General Hospital, M.E.F. 118 words
  4. cc184-6
  5. Personal Cases 967 words
  6. cc186-91
  7. Demobilisation 1,474 words
  8. c191
  9. Disabled Personnel 122 words
  10. cc191-2
  11. Aliens (Release) 275 words
  12. cc192-3
  13. Temporary Officers (Civilian Clothing) 283 words
  14. c193
  15. Coloured Soldiers (Discrimination) 92 words
  16. c193
  17. Letters to M.Ps. 86 words
  18. cc193-4
  19. War Decorations and Medals 196 words
  20. c194
  21. Education and Vocational Training 41 words