HC Deb 12 March 1947 vol 434 c199W
91. Dr. Segal

asked the Secretary of State for Air why the interim revised rates of pay for civilian physiotherapists in the R.A.F. have been fixed at a scale far below that adopted by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy; why the annual increments are smaller than those generally accepted in the profession; why previous physiotherapeutic service does not count for increment; and when he proposes to remedy this state of affairs.

Mr. P. Noel-Baker

The rates of pay of civilian physiotherapists in the Royal Air Force and in Government employ generally are at present under review. I will write to my hon. Friend as soon as the new fates have been decided.