§ 53. Sir F. Fremantle
asked the Minister of Health whether he has now established an organisation for settlement of priority, as between the demands of the several Forces and Departments, for medical men, recommended in January last by the Robinson Committee and urged by the Central Medical War Committee as essential to its work?
§ Mr. E. Brown
No, Sir. My right hon. Friends the Service Ministers and the Secretary of State for Scotland and I are awaiting the results of the measures which 1690 we have taken to carry out the other recommendations of the Robinson Committee, and in the meantime we have not thought it necessary to set up any special priority organisation such as is referred to by my hon. Friend. The matter will, however, be kept under consideration.
§ Sir F. Fremantle
Does my right hon. Friend realise that those who are concerned vitally with this matter recognise that the one essential, important and practical recommendation of this Committee was the last one, which has not been attended to?