§ Sir E. Graham-Little
asked the Secretary of State for Air if he will enquire into the case of a corporal in the R.A.F., whose name has been given him, who is 1218W suffering from a cardiac disability, ass been certified by two specialists to be unfit for his present, job, was marked by a medical board as in category C and recommended for sedentary work only, but who has been ordered by his medical officer to continue duties for which he has been certified unfit.
§ Sir A. Sinclair
The airman in question was admitted to hospital in March last for observation and treatment and for a report by a Royal Air Force medical specialist. The latter recommended that the airman should be recategorised to Grade III and remustered to a sedentary occupation. This recommendation was endorsed by a medical board on 13th March. The airman is at present employed on clerical duties in his present trade of station policeman pending remustering to a trade involving sedentary duties only.