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Mechanised Transport Corps

Volume 380: debated on Wednesday 3 June 1942

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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport what are the conditions of service of members of the Mechanised Transport Corps; and what allowances are payable for the use of private motor-cars?

Members of the M.T.C. are not in the employment of the corps itself, but of the authority or institution to which they are attached. The conditions of service thus vary from case to case; normally they are the same as those of other persons employed by the same authority or institution. Members of the corps who use their own motor cars in the service of Government Departments are paid the same allowances for the use of these cars as members of other organisations doing similar work. I am sending my hon. Friend particulars.