asked the Secretary of State for War and Air whether it is proposed to introduce into His Majesty's Army or Air Force organisations analogous to the welfare committees set up by the Admiralty, to deal with suggestions, grievances, and other similar matters directly affecting the welfare and conditions of service of the rank and file in these services?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
No, Sir. One of the duties that is performed by all officers is the superintendence of the welfare of the rank and file. The manner in which a soldier or airman should proceed to obtain redress for any grievance under which he conceives himself to be suffering is prescribed in the Army Act and Air Force Act.