HC Deb 27 March 1941 vol 370 cc714-5W
Mr. Burke

asked the Minister of Labour whether any special efforts are being made in the war effort drive to utilise the services of limbless ex-service men on light work, such as lift attending and time-keeping?

Mr. Bevin

There are a number of cases in which the engagement of limbless men or men with other severe disabilities would release others for the war effort. The Employment Exchanges and the King's Roll Committees give special attention to this matter. I may mention that arrangements have been made with two institutions for the training of crippled men for munitions work.

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