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Volume 360: debated on Thursday 9 May 1940

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asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has considered the offer from the National Institute of Chiropodists to place the skill and experience of their members at the service of the Army; and whether he will favourably consider their offer so as to utilise their services to the advantage of the men serving in the Army?

The offer from the National Institute of Chiropody has been considered. The institute was informed that chiropodists sufficient for the needs of the Army were trained at military hospitals, and, should further assistance be required, the advice of the British Medical Association would be taken.