§ 5. Mr. Hastings
asked the Secretary of State for War what administrative arrangements are made to ensure that in peace-time a soldier who feels unwell can, as a right, claim to be seen by a doctor.
§ Mr. Hastings
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman if he can assure the House that in all cases the determination whether a soldier should be seen by a doctor or not is not made by a person without medical training?