§ 55. Mr. Sorensen
asked the Secretary of State for War the number of boys under 18 years of age who are serving in any capacity in Her Majesty's Forces; at what age they were recruited; and approximately what number was drawn from institutions where they had been living before enlistment.
§ Mr. Sorensen
Does not the Secretary of State appreciate that many young fellows in their early teens are quite incapable of making up their minds on important issues? In those circumstances, why cannot these young chaps have extended to them the same civil rights as are given to those outside the ranks?