HC Deb 29 April 1947 vol 436 c207W
39. Mr. Baird

asked the Secretary of State for War when the hon. Member for Wolverhampton, East, can expect a reply to his representations on behalf of the late Corporal Mannion, of Wolverhampton.

Mr. Bellenger

I have written to my hon. Friend about this case.

104. Mr. W. J. Brown

asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been drawn to a case in a R.E.M.E. workshop in Bridgend, South Wales, where a court of inquiry sought to impose on a civilian employee a penalty of a 30s. fine with the alternative of 28 days' detention; and what action he proposes to take concerning the military officer responsible for this breach of agreements and the usurping of powers held only by civil courts.

.Mr. Bellenger

I am looking into this case and will write to the hon. Member