asked the Secretary of State for War on what date he received the representations from the hon. Member for Wallsend for a new medical examination and compassionate posting of a member of the A.T.S., whose name has been supplied; and whether he can yet give a reply.
I very much regret the delay which has occurred in supplying the hon. Lady with detailed information in the case of a member of the A.T.S., which she referred to me on 16th December, 1944. This auxiliary was again medically examined on 14th March, 1945, and lastly on 27th March. She is considered fit for service in her present medical category and for the clerical duties in which she is now engaged. As a result of an interview by a selection board in January of this year, this auxiliary was given a change of employment and posted on firth February, 1945, to Leeds. Treatment is to be provided for her, and it is understood that her general condition is very much improved and that she is content in her present station.