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Exchanges (Service Enlistment)

Volume 237: debated on Thursday 3 April 1930

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asked the Minister of Labour what facilities exist at Employment Exchanges to give young men all possible information and assistance in enlisting in either the Army, Navy, or Air Force?

Employment Exchanges are authorised to give, on request, information with regard to conditions of enlistment in His Majesty's Forces, including the name and address of the nearest recruiting office.

Have any communications passed between the War Office and the Ministry of Labour, with a view to improving these facilities since the Debate in this House?

Are we to understand from the right hon. Lady's reply that these details are only given on request?

Would it not be possible for the details to be put up at the Employment Exchanges and at the Post Offices and elsewhere?