HC Deb 31 October 1945 vol 415 c562W
Mr. Keenan

asked the Under Secretary of State for Air why men in the R.A.F. going home on leave from South France are flown to Naples and then sent by boat to England via Algiers; and if he will arrange for men going home on leave to be flown direct to England, thereby saving shipping transport.

Mr. Strachey

I am not aware that members of the Air Force in the South of France are returning home for leave by this route. They normally travel by train, but if my hon. Friend will let me have details of any particular case I will look into it.