asked the Minister of Pensions if he will circulate with the OFFICIAL REPORT a statement showing what obligations have been accepted in respect of civilian personnel serving the Armed Forces in Europe, India and Burma, respectively, who may be injured by enemy action or contract or aggravate a disease as a result of service, these details to relate to the B.R.C.S., F.A.N.Y., W.V.S and S.S.A.F.A., respectively.
§ Sir W. Womersley
Except for those persons included in the F.A.N.Y.S. organisation who are enlisted members of the A.T.S. and who are dealt with as such, my obligations in respect of members of the B.R.C.S., F.A.N.Y.S., W.V.S., and S.S.A.F.A., when they go abroad, are confined to "war injuries" under the Personal Injuries (Civilians) Scheme, 1944.