HC Deb 05 November 1940 vol 365 c1223W
Mr. Groves

asked the Home Secretary whether he will consider extending the instruction at the Air Raid Precautions School to all civilian doctors who are able, despite prevailing conditions and the necessity for them to be generally available for all emergencies, to undertake such a course, or, alternatively, to make appropriate arrangements for, and grant facilities to, a number of general practitioners for a course of instruction?

Mr. H. Morrison

I am not aware of any demand on the part of doctors at the present time that courses of instruction should be arranged for their benefit at the Air Raid Precautions Schools. If the hon. Member has any information which suggests that there is such a demand on any general scale, I should be glad if he would bring it to my notice.