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Vad (Demobilisation)

Volume 416: debated on Tuesday 20 November 1945

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asked the First Lord of the Admiralty what is the position with regard to release of members of the V.A.D. serving with the W.R.N.S., and how many groups have so far been released.

In common with the other Women's Services, V.A.D.'s serving with the Navy are being released in their age and service groups, Married women, of

distance of the point of consumption from the point of production.

The retail price of grades of coke sold in the London area and the price of coke produced in the area do not vary from district to district and are as follows:

whom there is a large proportion, have, of course, priority of release. My right hon. Friend has, however, in addition been able to release Groups 1–10 of the unmarried members of the V.A.D.