§ 21. Mr. BULL
asked the. Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been drawn to the decision of the Southwark Borough Council that those of its employés who are members of the Territorial Army who attend Territorial camp shall no longer receive a week's pay which had previously been granted during their absence from duty; and what steps he is taking to remove such discouragement to recruitment for the Territorial Army?
§ Sir V. WARRENDER
My right hon. Friend's attention has been drawn to the decision, but he regrets that he is unable to take any action in the matter. I am glad to say that many individual employers are showing a greater appreciation of the urgent necessity for encouraging enlistment into the Territorial Army in a practical manner, by giving just those concessions that the Southwark Borough Council are now withdrawing.
§ Sir WALDRON SMITHERS
Will the hon. Baronet consider publishing the names of the organisations that give these concessions?