HC Deb 01 July 1943 vol 390 c1816W
Mr. Wilson

asked the Secretary of State for Air why No. 1620527, A.C./ 2, G. G. Farrow, who claims to have become a conscientious objector, has not been granted facilities to appear before the Advisory Tribunal in respect of his second qualifying sentence of imprisonment which ended on 12th January, 1943; and whether the Royal Air Force will adopt the same practice as the Army in permitting such applications in respect of each qualifying sentence?

Sir A. Sinclair

It has been decided to follow War Office practice and arrangements are in hand to enable this airman to make a further appeal to the tribunal.