HC Deb 19 November 1917 vol 99 c873W

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War if he will inquire into the reason why the men of the 5th Southern Non-Combatant Corps Company, Weymouth, which is 110 strong, are allowed leave only at the rate of three men per week; and will he see that reasonable leave is given to these men, and that they are treated on terms of equality in this matter with the men of all other Non-Combatant Corps companies?


I am informed that leave to men of this Non-Combatant Corps company is not limited to three per week. The rest of my hon. Friend's question, therefore, does not arise.